According to the Essex Chronicle, Britain legalized gay marriage when the Queen gave her royal stamp of approval on July 17 after the bill was introduced in January. At present, religious organizations are permitted to opt out of taking part in conducting gay marriage ceremonies if they wish, because the government bill legalizing gay marriage passed Parliament recently but it included measures to protect churches from being forced to perform same-sex weddings. However, apparently that’s not good enough for BARRIE Drewitt-Barlow, who said that he is considering a lawsuit against the Church of England. According to the Chronicle, Drewitt-Barlow said, “It is a shame that we are forced to take Christians into a court to get them to recognize us.” In other words, Drewitt-Barlow feels it necessary to try to impose his non-Christian values (according to the Holy Bible) on Christians.
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(H/T: Bryan Preston/ PJ Media and Christian.org.UK)