The Presbyterian Church
(U.S.A.), representing some 1.8 million people, has ended long years of debate by ratifying recognition of same-sex marriage.
Preachers would not be required to perform such unions or use their churches if they object.
The new church policy reads: "Marriage involves a unique commitment between two people, traditionally a man and a woman, to love and support each other for the rest of their lives."
I wonder. Under the legal gay discrimination bills favored by the likes of Deathstar Bart Hester and Bob Ballinger, could a religious person now also refuse service to a Presbyterian? You'd think the noble cake baker who wants to be able to deny a cupcake to a pair of betrothed lesbians should also be able to deny a petit four to a Presbyterian who condoned such betrothals. No Cakes for Queers! Or Presybterians!