Sanctity of Union an Article of Faith

Even some of America’s more liberal religious denominations harbor views strongly opposed to the LGBTQ agenda.

In a rare instance of agreement, the liberal New York Times editorial page agreed with reknowned conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia — both found last week’s Supreme Court decision legalizing sodomy to be inconsistent.

The brilliant and ornery Scalia, in dissenting from Justice Anthony Kennedy’s majority opinionnoted that the court had hastened to emphasize that the decision was unrelated to whether gays ought to be allowed to marry.

“Do not believe it,” scoffed Scalia, noting that Kennedy had already waxed poetic about how gay sex can be “but one element in a personal bond that is more enduring.” Once the court sees homosexual relationships as meaningful, Scalia argued, on what basis can it justifiably argue against marriage equality? This majority’s decision, Scalia concluded tauntingly, does not involve homosexual marriage “only if one entertains the belief that… principles and logic have nothing to do with the decisions of the court.”

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Even liberal religious denominations oppose the LGBTQ agenda.

Even liberal religious denominations oppose the LGBTQ agenda.