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What’s Next After Legalized Same-sex Marriage?

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Currently, six US States have made same-sex marriages legal, seven states grant rights to unions similar to that of marriage, four states grant limited rights to same-sex unions and two states recognize same-sex marriages performed elsewhere. In over half of the states, there is some kind of political effort to legalize same-sex marriages and unless America returns to its Christian foundation, it seems like it is only a matter of time before more states give in to the pressures of wickedness.

And this is just what the progressives want to happen is the complete undermining of the Christian values in America. But once they get same-sex marriage legalized, what will be next?

If Canada is any indication, it will be polygamy and group marriage. Just last week, the Supreme Court of British Columbia ruled that the ban on polygamous marriages is in violation of Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Fortunately, for British Columbians, the court did rule that polygamy is illegal due to ‘pressing and substantial’ issues to avert any public problems that may occur from the practices.

Read more: What’s Next After Legalized Same-sex Marriage? | Godfather Politics

 

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November 30, 2011 at 8:04 pm

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