The prohibition in the bible is about decidance anyway, not normal people who happen to be gay.
A wiki to the case law: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Jo..._United_States
There will certainly be some lawsuits which will use this reasoning to pursue whether institutions can maintain their tax exempt status while discriminating or refusing to participate in gay marriages (especially if they are willing to engage in heterosexual weddings). It will likely be a very close issue, but I think the tax exempt status will be tossed to the way side once these cases reach the Supreme Court (assuming the Court's makeup is not significantly different by that point). After all, if a college was unable to win based on its first amendment right to free speech, I doubt that a first amendment right to practice of religion will receive greater deference, especially considering all the ways we already limit the right to religious practice.
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Oh, please. Texas is the Holy Grail for them. Nay, they are not for open boarders at all. And they certainly don't want illegals voting, no way!Second...I don't know where you get the idea that Democrats are trying to flood Texas with illegals. First of all, illegals can't vote and vote ID doesn't change that at all. .
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