Answer this question first, would you vote to support a bill that legalizes and confers all the rights of marriage on a homosexual relationship?
Now consider this:
1) In Christian circles, the spending of millions of dollars for a new gymnasium is often said to be justified if it helps lead just one person to the Lord (I wonder how many really do?). In fact, it is a commonly versed principle that most courses of action are justified in that they may lead one person to the Lord.
2) As Christians, we are called to be Christian first and Americans second. All of our actions should be filtered through the principles of our God before we filter them through the principles of our nation.
3) God only commands two things of New Testament Christians, love God and love others. These two statements are the fulfillment and original intent of the laws and the prophets statement.
Now, with all of this considered, would you vote for a support a bill that legalizes and confers all the rights of marriage on a homosexual relationship if it helped lead one person to the Lord?
We justify actions that fit our mindset with biblical principles, but are we possible ready to accept and act on actions that follow a biblical principle but do not follow our mindset?