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Does even NOM realize that 'holiness' should be separated from civil marriage?

by Jeremy Hooper

Over the weekend, the National Organization For Marriage updated its "March For Marriage" organizing site with some information about this year's (non)event. This is how it read:

Screen Shot 2015-02-17 At 11.53.30 Am [Google Cache]

But this morning, NOM updated the page so that it reads like so:

Screen Shot 2015-02-17 At 11.52.55 Am [March For Marriage]

Good for NOM removing the "journey of holiness" talk. For one, civil discrimination has never been a holy journey, and this time is no different. But also, talk of "holiness" is something that people of faith really need to leave out of the public policy talk.

Not sure which realization led NOM to truncate the text. But glad they wised up.

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