Tag Archives: Proposition 8

Christians for Marriage Equality

Last week was great news for my gay and lesbian friends as the Supreme Court decided that the Defense of Marriage Act, the law barring the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriages legalized by the states, is unconstitutional by a … Continue reading

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Mormons, Catholics, and Evangelicals Against Proposition 8

I’m against Proposition 8.  I also support the recent protests against the constitutional ban on gay marriage.  I’m not, however, a supporter of the tactic of some gay rights supporters of attacking Mormon, Catholic, and Evangelical churches, because I think it … Continue reading

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Christians Against Proposition 8

Though I am opposed to Proposition 8, it bothers me to see antiMormon, antiCatholic and antiEvangelical signs among the protests that have occurred since the passage of the ballot measure.  Many Christians from each denomination have quietly opposed this measure … Continue reading

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Against Prop 8 But Not Against Mormons, Catholics, Evangelicals

I am against California’s Proposition 8, which puts a ban in the California constitution on gay marriages.  When the ballot measure passed, I was disappointed, but I also thought that over time, people’s attitudes would change.  So when I saw … Continue reading

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The Evolution of the Institution of Marriage

Groucho Marx once said, “Marriage is a wonderful institution.  But who wants to live in an institution.” For some reason, I’ve been thinking about that quote a lot during these past couple of weeks hearing arguments about Proposition 8.  Proposition 8 … Continue reading

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The Fight for Interracial Marriage

As California voters decide on the fate of Proposition 8, a ballot measure to ban gay marriage, it is well to consider the fory-first anniversary of a Supreme Court ruling that also had a profound effect on the institution of … Continue reading

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California’s Proposition 8

In the thirtieth anniversary of the assasination of gay San Francisco supervisor Harvey Milk, a proposition is now being considered that would ban gay marriages in the state of California. This proposition, Proposition 8, would create a state constitutional amendment … Continue reading

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