During a televised forum on Wednesday, Al Mohler argued that marriage doesn't come from human invention but from God’s creation order. Mohler said that his view is not merely a “snapshot” from American traditionalism, but represents "God’s intention in creation,” which hasn't changed.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who is now a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, said on Wednesday that he would be a participant in a "gay wedding" if it involved someone he loves. At the same time, he called "homosexuality" a choice and compared a "gay wedding" to a divorcee’s second marriage.
In a recent speech, Senator Ted Cruz accused the Democratic party of "extreme partisanship," and trying to "mandate gay marriage everywhere in this country." He also criticized the Fortune 500 for "running shamelessly to endorse the radical gay marriage agenda over religious liberty."
Joshua Feuerstein may face criminal charges for recording a phone conversation with bakery owner Sharon Haller, who refused to make him a sheet cake that said, "We do not support gay marriage."
On Wednesday, Guam's attorney general directed officials to immediately begin processing same-sex-marriage applications. However; the acting director of the Department of Public Health and Social Services refused to follow the order, declaring that officials won't accept applications "until further notice."
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet signed a law on Monday that recognizes civil unions between same-sex couples. The new law, to take effect in six months, gives same-sex and unmarried couples many of the rights granted to married couples.
Retired neurosurgeon and potential presidential candidate Ben Carson told CNN on Thursday that he's not interested in the issue of homosexuality but views it as a "personal issue." When asked about his view on gay conversion therapy, Carson said, "That kind of thing should be left to therapists and to individuals."
This New York Times article provides a visual explanation of the history of so-called gay marriage bans in the United States.
Liberty Counsel has filed three briefs to stop Florida clerks in Osceola County, Orange County, and Manatee County from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, arguing that Florida clerks should follow their state's constitution.
Kathleen Aguero and Loretta Pangelinan, two Guam lesbians who were denied a marriage license on April 8, have now filed a lawsuit against Gov. Eddie Baza Calvo and registrar Carolyn Garrido, arguing that Guam’s gay, lesbian, and bisexual residents are being singled out and deprived of "the right to marry."
In a recent interview with CNN on gay marriage and traditional marriage, Rand Paul said to the interviewer: "You probably could have both. You could have both traditional marriage which I believe in, and then you could also have the neutrality of the law that allows people to have contracts with another."
The video that Hillary Clinton has released to officially announce her 2016 run for president featured a same-sex couple that is planning a summer "wedding," which she has now been invited to. Clinton also appointed Robby Mook to be her campaign manager, making him the first sodomite manager of a U.S. political campaign.
There will be no major law firms supporting biblical marriage in the upcoming Supreme Court case. The main lawyer opposing same-sex marriage will be John J. Bursch, but even his own firm has declined to stand behind him.
A northern Indiana pizzeria that closed after its owner said his religious beliefs wouldn't allow him to cater a gay wedding opened Thursday to a full house of friends, regulars and people wanting to show their support.
An attorney in Arizona has turned away a same-sex couple seeking adoption assistance, arguing that the recent court ruling allegedly overturning Arizona's gay marriage ban doesn't apply to adoptions, since terminology such as "husband and wife" and "married man and woman" are used in Arizona adoption law.
Guam’s attorney general said today that she won't answer questions on gay marriage "until a later time." Attorney General Barrett-Anderson’s comment came a day after she stated that the health department was within Guam law when it denied a same-sex couple’s application for a marriage license on Wednesday.
The Nicaragua Family Code took effect on Wednesday, barring gay marriage in Nicaragua and also prohibiting gay couples from adopting children.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said that he plans to support Louisiana's religious freedom bill. Unlike the bills passed by Indiana and Arkansas, Louisiana's Marriage and Conscience Act would allow private businesses to refuse to recognize same-sex marriage and not provide the same benefits to same-sex married couples.
President Barack Obama’s staff and visitors now have the option of using a gender-neutral restroom. The restroom will be located in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, where much of the White House staff works.
Dozens of Christian leaders; including Rick Scarborough, Dr. James Dobson and Mat Staver; have vowed they will not remain silent, as they did following the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision, promising to take nonviolent direct action if the High Court votes to redefine marriage.
The State of Colorado ruled Friday that a Denver bakery was not guilty of discrimination when it refused to put Christian messages on two cakes that customer Bill Jack wanted to purchase.
Voters in Missouri's third largest city of Springfield voted Tuesday to repeal an ordinance that prohibited discrimination in housing and hiring based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Unofficial final results showed that the repeal of the ordinance passed with 51.4 percent of the vote.
Children across Canada are being asked to wear a pink shirt to school today to “celebrate diversity” and end “bullying, discrimination, homophobia, transphobia, and transmisogyny." However; critics such as Gwen Landolt and Mark Steyn argue that schools are in reality trying to promote the homosexual agenda.
A Des Moines Catholic high school was within the law when it decided not to hire a substitute teacher full time once it found out that he was gay — because Iowa's civil rights law allows religious institutions to discriminate based on sexual orientation.
On Wednesday, a clerk in Guam refused to accept an application filed by Loretta Pangelinan and Kathleen Aguero. Department Director James Gillan cited Guam law, which stipulates that a marriage license may only be issued to a couple of the opposite sex. The couple is planning to take their case to federal court.