The Great Debate


With last week’s decision by the Supreme Court of the United States to legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states, the nation was torn between celebration and revulsion, each to varying degrees. For something that much of the country believes should be a given, and has been a long time coming, there are many more who feel that this decree by the highest of courts in our land is an affront to the Constitution, to morality, to state’s rights, and to deep-seated religious convictions. The decision has even been met with brazen rebellion by the governors of certain states, who have ordered municipal clerks not to obey the ruling by the Supreme Court, as it is said to encroach upon the religious freedom of the faithful. One of those state leaders, Greg Abbott of Texas said, Continue reading