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Published: Tuesday, April 23 2013 8:40 p.m. MDT

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John Charity Spring
Back Home in Davis County, UT

Whatever one may think about the morality of same-sex marriage, all reasonable persons must admit that France has legalized these relationships for one purpose and one purpose only: to further its transformation into a secular, post-Christian socialist state.

French politicians are so obsessed with removing all influence of Christianity from the country that they have resorted to passing any and all laws which attack traditional Christian values. Because this law is a direct attack on traditional marriage and family, it is just the sort of anti-Christian law that French politicians support.

The French people must come to their senses before the politicians turn their country into a completely amoral society. For a country which abolishes morals can have only one end: crime and drug-induced anarchy.

amazondoc
USA, TN

@John --

"Whatever one may think about the morality of same-sex marriage, all reasonable persons must admit that France has legalized these relationships for one purpose and one purpose only: to further its transformation into a secular, post-Christian socialist state."

In reality, many good Christians *support* gay marriage. Several Christian denominations are already happy to perform gay weddings in their churches.

Many gay people are also good Christians themselves; a fair number even serve as pastors or other positions within their churches. Heck, some gay people are Bishops!

Many Christians are not in lock step with you, John. Each person has their own vision of what God wants. Your personal view of God doesn't get to win just because you claim it's the best one.

I personally congratulate the French people for this historic move. France's state motto is "Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite" -- and they embodied those principles of Liberty, Equality, and Brotherhood with that vote yesterday.

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