There are rules to marriage In response to Emily Mason’s letter on Sept. 25, you’ve made valid points and I agree with you on two accounts: That the church and state should not pursue control of a person’s personal life and that violence and hatred toward homosexuals is condescendingly wrong. However, the ice cream analogy fails. Morals are not open to preference of opinion. If they were, Hitler could easily be written off for his “opinions.” Judges, priests, and rabbis have the right to religious freedom by declining to marry a sexually deviant couple. I respect your thoughts. I also …
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