It wasn’t just Christians who voted to ban gay marriage in California, but no doubt the measure would’ve failed without their support. Ditto to the Mormons.
There are so many questions I want to ask those people who voted in favor of Proposition 8 and as a result banned gay marriages in California:
- How is your marriage any more secure now that homosexual marriages in your state are broken?
- What do you say to the children of gay parents who question why their mommies or daddies can’t be married?
- Can I vote on the legality of your marriage?
- How does this vote change your life?
- Are you proud of yourself?
- What did you say to your gay friends (if you have any) when you saw them post-election?
- Will your actions bring gay people closer to Christ?
- When gay marriage is finally legalized (it won’t be long), are you going to lie and tell your children your church led the charge for equal rights or will you tell them the truth and say you were the reason for the delay?
- How do you defend your position to your children?
- Are you in favor of lifelong commitments between two people or against it?
- What effect do you think this gay marriage ban will have on gay people? Young people? Non-Christians? Young Christians?
- Is this what Jesus would do?
Are there any questions you would ask them?
Is there anyone who would care to respond?