God Weighs In On The Same Sex Marriage Debate

This is from a recent debate between Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of UCI Law School, and John Eastman, dean emeritus of Chapman Law School. Timed in a way that every debater dreams about, God adds a puntuaction mark to John Eastman’s excellent statement defending the legal aspects of traditional marriage protection. The whole clip is worth watching, but if you are impatient, head to the 3:40 mark.

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3 Responses to God Weighs In On The Same Sex Marriage Debate

  1. I’m hoping this is little more than a joke.

    -So God chose to remain silent as six million Jews — men, women, children — were thrown into ovens and set on fire.
    -He chose to remain silent as blacks were enslaved in this nation by Bible-believing men and women (a practice still defended as “God-ordained” by pastors as mainstream as John MacArthur).
    -He chose to remain silent as whites cordoned off areas for “Negroes” in His houses of worship.

    Yet, He sends what — thunder? an earthquake? it’s unclear — to signify His displeasure over two males sharing a contractual civil agreement.

    At least He has His priorities in order.

    Either way, it’s not amusing.

  2. jackhudson says:

    I think the timing is certainly amusing given the circumstance.

    That being said, I don’t believe for a minute God ‘remained silent’ during any of the events listed. Sadly, many men did.

  3. homer says:

    That being said, I don’t believe for a minute God ‘remained silent’ during any of the events listed. Sadly, many men did. -jack

    Okay, what *did* God do during these events listed?

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