Do Christians Have “Respect For Marriage”?

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From Pieter Valk from OutReach magazine:

Before we post on Facebook about how so-called same-sex marriages are not marriages in God’s eyes, before we donate to organizations or politicians promising to reverse the Respect for Marriage Act, and before we pour energy and prayers into resisting the LGBTQ+ movement, could I encourage us to first focus on our local churches? Story Here

From The Christian Post:

Despite many voters expressing support for the so-called Respect for Marriage Act, a bill codifying federal legal protections for same-sex marriage that the Senate passed last week, most Americans are concerned about what impact this could have on religious freedom, according to a new survey.

Rasmussen Reports released the results of a national survey Tuesday, finding that 62% of 1,000 likely U.S. voters approve of the Respect for Marriage Act that replaces existing provisions under federal law that protects any marriage between two individuals. Story Here

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