In two 5-4 decisions, the United States Supreme Court has ruled that the person of God and his Scripture are no longer relevant with regard to the institution of marriage. In the place of God, the Court has ruled that the will of men determines what constitutes marriage.
The court's decision is built on a moral foundation less stable than quicksand.
Let's be clear, these verdicts are more about the failure of the church to be salt and light than they are about the failure of the Supreme Court. For at least three generations the church has allowed her children to be taught that God has no part in the educational process. It began by teaching that God has nothing to do with math, science, economics, literature, or civics. This soon spread to the teaching that God has nothing to do with morality and history.
The court majority swept aside the view of marriage that has been upheld throughout recorded history. The court's replacement view was not even a consideration twenty years ago. Arrogance moves with astounding haste and lack of caution.
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