For years, Wisconsin Family Council (WFC) has been saying that changing the definition of marriage is fundamentally a religious liberty issue.
Our friend Chuck Colson’s Breakpoint article today zeros right in on the nub of the issue with a great summary of key situations that highlight what has already happened right here in America–cases that prove the point beautifully. The two are intertwined–and we ignore that to our peril.
After giving 7 specific, compelling examples of where religious freedom has been trampled by so-called “gay rights,” Colson says, “Clearly, homosexual ‘marriage’ and religious liberty cannot co-exist—because gay activists will not allow them to. As marriage expert Maggie Gallagher puts it, same-sex “marriage” advocates claim that religious faith ‘itself is a form of bigotry.'”
For those who say we should just go along to get along; that we can tolerate the remaking and redefining of marriage and still have our religious freedom, the facts prove you wrong.