Let me first start off by saying that I completely agree with my church and any other church that says this after the recent events. So my pastor sent out a comment on the supreme court ruling basically saying that he will adhere to the laws of man as long as they don't go against what God says. Meaning that he will NOT marry homosexuals. Now I still think that people who have nothing better to do will still try to sue. They should already know that it's going to be hard to find someone that will go against God's word. So knowing that they still would sue is there the possibility that they would win even if churches state beforehand that they wouldn't do it?
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They won't win. The lawsuits won't even be heard because of the first amendment. There's a fundamental difference between government and churches. The SCOTUS decision was about government and what it can and cannot do.
And there are plenty of churches that will gladly marry gays. Gays know where these churches are and have been attending them for years. They don't want anything to do with you and your hateful churches. There will probably be a couple wingnuts who try to sue, but mostly people just want to be left alone to live how they want.1
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