Wow! Who sent you this amazingly exciting debate? He must be very handsome and wealthy!
LOL! I’m guessing this came to me, via Jenny, via you!
Yes! Although I am actually only wealthy, not handsome.
Here is my post on it:
That post has summaries of the opening speeches, and a link to his new book, which is on Amazon.
And here is something else your readers might like:
That’s one of the top Protestant theologians, author of our most popular systematic theology textbook. He is a Calvinist, though. I’m not. I’m a Molinist when it comes to soteriology and divine providence.
The short answer to the original question, is, of course, “NO!!!!”
Gee, I never thought that someone who was anti-gay would actually be against same-sex marriage.
His verbal bashing of LGBT people does not make him right. It just makes him popular with the fringe.
@Bob Barnes Since when is the truth “verbal bashing”?
And since when is the vast majority “the fringe”?
Same-sex marriage should be legal because it strengthens families and creates a more secure environment for kids (by virtue of strengthening their parents’ relationship). Plus our nation’s constitution says everyone should have equal rights.
Oh, and the government shouldn’t impose a religious viewpoint on society, especially when doing so impairs the religious freedoms of other religions.
There has to be, and will be, a foundation – and not everyone will agree on it.
@Sean SSM does nothing to strengthen families and everything to destroy them. There is no equal right to marriage – it is only a right for those who qualify for marriage, which means you must have opposite-sex couples. It is not a “religious” view, rather it is a societal view of thousands of years regardless of religion.
Should the Supremes get to decide what the definition of marriage is for the whole country?