Religion and Same-Sex Marriage

A bill before the Indiana legislature would amend the state constitution to ban same-sex marriage.

During hearings about the bill, supporters said it would preserve values; opponents said it would codify discrimination. Some people believe that homosexuality is immoral and that same-sex marriages should not be permitted. Others argue that same-sex marriage should be permitted because everyone has the right to be treated equally.

Which teachings in your faith tradition offer guidance?

How Does Your Religion Address the Issue of Same-Sex Marriage?

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