Originally Posted by dogmom
but the country was already found...
another issue people dislike seeing the reality of
how does same-sex or same-gender marriage legitimately and SECULAR-ly harm others?
Some Christians may see it as sin spreading around them and don't like it. Some people do something about that or some choose to adapt to it. Some intend to challenge things or fix humanity for the greater good (Christ).
It's like saying that you're living in a regular neighborhood, and then someone who doesn't share the same ideas as you moves in the neighborhood. It may be that you might not be concerned, but for example if you can picture someone could be an ex-convict who believes in killing people in wars for a reason or believe in pro-birth or pro-abortion, or pro PETA or someone who was into animal beastality moving in the neighborhood.
I'm not saying these are the same as gays or homosexuals, just saying they just share an idea that you might not find welcoming. What would ya do about it?
It's a tough question, and I don't think everyone would answer it in the same way...
Just giving you insight to why some Christians may feel differently than others who don't see why.