No, what you showed is that people perceive God's word differently and how society views it and applies it is relative.No, I gave an example. Just as how human laws are a higher power when humans do immoral things, God's laws are a higher power that all humans will be judged under when they die. Someone can hold their relative beliefs about something and be wrong because absolute exists and truth is knowable. Humans can change human laws, God can change His laws, but the laws on the books are absolute. if someone murders and they are judged it is absolutely a crime, in much the same way if someone sins they will be judged for it and it will absolutely be sin.
"Never fear. Him is here" - Captain Chaos (Dom DeLuise), Cannonball Run
Mace Windu: Then our worst fears have been realized. We must move quickly if the Jedi Order is to survive.
Freedom...it's a bitch sometimes, but it's better than the alternative.
You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville
(if I go on with this much longer, I may have to smoke a joint just to keep up with myself)
Re Dooble's article -Churches Amend Bylaws to Protect Against Gay Marriage Lawsuits - Christian News, Commentary"It would seem that the law now is that churches do not have to perform marriages that violate its beliefs," Erwin said. "However, if a church rents out its facilities for weddings to anyone but same-sex couples, then a court could find that the church is discriminating in violation of law by only refusing to rent to homosexuals
If a church has a public meeting hall that anyone can use regardless of faith, then yeah, they might be in trouble if they refused to allow a same sex wedding there. But the church minister/pastor/priest doesn't have to perform the ceremony.
If they don't want to let same sex couples rent their hall, they might want to get out of the business of renting it out for profit.