The cynic in me believes that one reason why the legal community has tended to support gay marriage is that same-sex marriages will increase the number of divorce cases--probably exponentially. Well, one Texas court has thrown a gay couple a real curve--no divorce because there is no gay marriage--at least in Texas! No gay divorce in Texas
A Dobson-Beck alliance? A black robe regiment of "Christian conservatives"? What is that all about? Now I am really creeped out. More two-kingdom confusion at its finest. A Beck-Dobson Alliance?
The Jesus Seminar--which, apparently, has miraculously resurrected itself--is now celebrating the 25th anniversary of their collective tantrum against their fundamentalist up-bringing. I noticed that one of the featured speakers deals with the thesis that Paul was not a Christian. OK . . . What else would you expect from these guys and gals? Jesus Seminar's 25th Anniversary
Finally, this strikes close to home. Should sex offenders be allowed in church?
As you may know, Christ Reformed has had to deal with this issue--what do you do when a Megan's law offender becomes a Reformed Christian and wants to worship with you? You let him worship, but escort him at all times while he is on campus, and you warn people that he's there (see Christ Reformed's policy here: Christ Reformed's Megan's Law policy). The results of the CT poll pretty much jibe with the reaction we've gotten from church members.