Of course, the sanctity of marriage (as the fundamental core of society and the first relationship instituted by God and the key example of the union of Christ and the Church) has always been on my mind and comes up often in these pages, but the most recent "shot across the bow" is the story that the National Cathedral is now ready to begin performing same-sex weddings. How it is classified as the "National Cathedral" and how that gets to be acceptable in view of all of Scripture and all of history is beyond me. But the message is clear. "We got it right. The rest of you who don't agree are not right and, now, not even American." Got it.
Okay, here's the premise. The fact is that "same-sex marriage" is not prohibited in the Bible. What do you do with that?