As a result of the Supreme Court’s ruling on June 27, 2015, Gay marriage is legal in the United States of America. Although the legal system’s pendulum has swung towards gay marriage, Christians still stand firm in their belief that partaking in same sex is sinful. In the New living translation version of The Bible, Leviticus 18:22 states that “You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination.” However, when it comes to the gay community, they believe that the bible cannot tell them whom they can and cannot love. Homosexuals often speculate about their worth to God and The Bible. This seems to be an ongoing theme in the religious community, so much so that it has caused never ending debate between the two parties. Nevertheless, whenever a Christian states their opinion about gay marriage or anything of that nature, they are seen as being bashful or intolerant.
Do Christians still have the right to publicly voice their opinions on homosexuality?
Can a Christian state their opinion about gay people and not be judged harshly or seen as discriminating?
Leave Commentary Below
This blog was written by a MUIFE contributor. She requested to remain anonymous.