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04/03/2013

'Jesus before the High Court'

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Research Council's latest take on last week's Supreme Court proceedings:

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Hey, here's an idea: Christians of both pro- and anti-equality faith can stand in obedience to the religious prescriptions that they place on the ceremonial component of their weddings—but all of us can be moved into civil marriage by the always-separated, always-required licensing and officiation process that is at the heart of this debate!!

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