Can Pastors and Churches Be Forced to Perform Same-Sex Marriages?
by Travis WeberThe short answer: almost certainly not, at least for now. While churches are slightly more vulnerable than pastors in some areas, both have significant protection under the First Amendment and other provisions of law from ... (more)
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