No, gays and lesbians deserve to be treated equal.
Yes, it is moral for a church to refuse a same-sex marriage.
lol "religious freedom" -- my religion is the religion of axe murdering, and you're restricting it by having laws against axe murder
^fuzzycat actually brings up a very good point, how far are we willing to go accomodate religious beliefs, if we're going to allow people to discriminate because of religious beliefs than point me in the direction of a church in which taxes are a sin.
^ I want to go to that church!
After reading the question again and thinking about it, there is nothing moral about refusing people from getting married. Morals are personal.
Considering that morals are completely subjective, as far as the church is concerned they are doing the morally right thing.
Yes, the same logic applies to saying, "is it moral for a Muslim church to refuse to do a Christian marriage?" Of course because based on the religions founding beliefs, it would be immoral for this to happen. just like for Christians it is immoral to marry homosexuals.
Religious freedom extends to the point where it would be violating the rights of others. Marriage is not a right. Take your "wedding" elsewhere where you are accepted.
It's actually immoral for a Christian church to have gay marriage cause that's against the Bible.
Morality doesn't exist, but they should have the right to serve (or refuse to serve) whoever they choose. If you don't like their policy, go to a different church.
It's not a matter of morality, it's a matter of discrimination against an entire religion, whether you like it or not.
I believe as if it is completely okay for a church to refuse service to a same-sex couple because you cannot force someone to preform a service that is against their beliefs. But if there is a church that would marry them, it would be that minister's choice. You cannot force anyone to do anything that is against their beliefs.
of course not in romans 1 27 its says no to it duh!