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Should Gay marriage be able to marry in Chapels

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Started: 11/21/2013 Category: Religion
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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shawnmurphy

Con

Same sex marriage is where a man and man, or a woman and a woman would like to become married. It is perverted, God created us to be married as a woman and man. I think it would unlawful of the Bible and very sinful if they desired to become married in a Church. I believe they should be allow to marry but not in a chapel that is against the teaching of God, therefore it shouldn't be allowed. Would Jesus allow Gays to marry in his Church?
CPUSA99

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No because it goes against christianity.
Debate Round No. 1
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Debate Round No. 2
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Posted by 303zlari 3 years ago
303zlari
Let me start by saying I am against gay marriage. I am Catholic and my bias evidently influences my stand in this argument, but I understand that when religion is taken out of the argument because of separation of Church and State that there is no real argument against gay marriage. In this case though, a chapel is part of a church, depending on the religious views of the church, I would say no if the church was against gay marriage, and say yes if the church was for gay marriage. In all honesty though, I believe that marriage between the same sex is wrong.
Posted by othercheek 3 years ago
othercheek
Um, you two are on the same side. But I definitely do appreciate Con's stance: that gay marriage is okay, as long as it's kept separate from Christianity, which it goes against. That's a perfectly fair and reasonable way to keep religious beliefs without denying rights to a group of people.
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