In an interview with The View co-hosts, CNN host Don Lemon essentially argued that you are welcomed to your beliefs in God unless someone disagrees. If anyone considers your beliefs to be hurtful to anyone, they must therefore be hurtful. And if they are hurtful, they must be disallowed. As the opposition to biblical morality rises, the simplest, easiest thing for Christians to do in the months and years to come will be to agree with Don Lemon.
After the Vatican announced that it cannot bless same-sex marriages, CNN host Don Lemon told the co-hosts of The View that he believes the "Catholic Church and many other churches really need to reexamine themselves and their teachings because that is not what God is about."
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a case involving a county clerk who opposed same-sex marriage. Justice Clarence Thomas and Justice Samuel Alito, however, criticized the U.S. legal system for suggesting Christians who believe that marriage should be between a man and a women are bigots.
As Chuck Colson always said, the only way to truly understand a worldview is follow it to its logical conclusion. The worldview of the sexual revolution is built on three ideas. First, sex, marriage, and babies are separable. Second, men and women are interchangeable. And, third, sexual autonomy is human dignity.