Tag Archives: Gay Marriage
Here, concerning Gay Marriage, James Spencer says The elephant traps are the threats to liberty to churches through the discrimination suits that are set to be lodged against a number of churches for holding to an historically Christian view of … Continue reading
From here. Drowning under a backbench rebellion in the House of Commons last night, a spluttering David Cameron grabbed the only lifeline on offer – Labour’s £4bn bail out of the Bill to redefine marriage. In exchange for rescuing him … Continue reading
The commons may have voted for gay marriage but it has to go to the House of Lords now. As Walla Idris points out here. There’s no adultery provision and obligation for same sex couples to consummate their union. With … Continue reading
If I cheat on my wife with a bloke, she can divorce me for adultery but the bloke the other blokes married to can’t divorce him for adultery. Equality?
Although the Catholic Church and Church of England are opposed to equal marriage, faith groups such as the Quakers, Unitarians and Liberal Judaism support marriage rights for gay couples and have stated they would like to provide the ceremonies. From … Continue reading