What are you afraid of?
If two guys have a legally recognized relationship, how is that going to affect your day to day life?
Is God going to allow terrorists to fly into our buildings again?
Will society as we know it crumble and fall?
Will there be more gay people if we allow them to marry?
What’s the problem here?
I have a better question. How would you “values voters” feel if a new majority arose… a majority of values voters whose values were completely opposite of yours? What if the “vote yes on prop 1” meant that Christians could no longer worship freely? or girls couldn’t get an education? or goats had to wear diapers to make sure that men don’t lust after them?
It could happen. Those values voters live in the Middle East and they are loud and they want their values to be worldwide.
Do you believe in individual liberty, the ideal that you claim we are fighting for in Iraq? If we believe in Liberty and we truely believe that Christ is our Lord and that his Kingdom will always prevail, why do we feel the need to write laws that dehumanize a group of people with whom we disagree?
Ok, I’m almost through with rhetorical questions. One more though.
Can you see Jesus voting for prop 1… or might he be in the gay bars having a drink and talking about the love of God?