‘Gays’ to sue church to perform ‘marriage’ ceremonies
So much for separation of church and state.
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Not fully satisfied with the British government’s approval of same-sex marriage, a homosexual duo in Britain has decided to go to court to force churches to perform “gay wedding” ceremonies.
The Essex Chronicle reported Barrie and Tony Drewitt-Barlow, who signed up for a civil partnership in 2006, want now to get married in a church.
The British government’s recent legalization of “gay marriage,” however, includes a provision that churches cannot be forced to perform same-sex weddings.
“As much as people are saying this is a good thing, I am still not getting what I want,” Barrie Drewitt-Barlow told the Chronicle, according to the U.K.-based Christian Institute.
He said the “only way forward for us now is to make a challenge to the courts against the church.”