Gay Marriage at the Supreme Court

Cal Thomas | Syndicated Columnist | Updated: Mar 26, 2013

Gay Marriage at the Supreme Court

It's same-sex marriage week in Washington. The Supreme Court takes up two cases, either one of which could redefine marriage. Full-page newspaper ads from gay rights groups and their supporters and sympathetic TV interviews dominate.

We are living in a modern-day Corinth where everything is to be tolerated. When there are no constraints, anything goes. There is nothing to stop this or anything else. Fairness, not God, now defines everything and God is giving us over to a corrupt mind and a started spirit.

We'll know by June whether the court will repeat Roe v. Wade and insert itself into a social and cultural debate that has sown so much division. Most states are staying with traditional marriage, but nine states have approved same-sex marriage.

I have long believed this battle is over. Believers in opposite-sex marriage are being outnumbered by a younger generation that has been taught little and seeks only personal people and affluence. When pleasing self and not fearing God is supreme, this is one of the results. 

I'm Cal Thomas in Washington.

Publication date: March 26, 2013

Gay Marriage at the Supreme Court