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Pepperoni, Cheese and the Gay Marriage Debate

By J Lee Grady

If you owned a pizza restaurant, would you serve a gay wedding?

I don’t own a pizza restaurant, and pizza is not currently allowed in my low-carb diet. But the burning question I’m asking myself in light of recent events in the United States is: “If a gay couple came into my shop and asked me to deliver 12 pepperoni-and-mushroom pizzas to their wedding, would I fill their order?”

I don’t have to think too hard to answer that. Of course I would serve the pizza. Continue reading Pepperoni, Cheese and the Gay Marriage Debate

A Conflict Between Christians and Supporters of Gay Marriage

By Mario Liu

In Australia, same-sex marriage is a controversial subject which causes much heated and emotional debates between its supporters and the Christians who oppose it.

In the Australian society there are many demonstrations and protests by activists who support same sex marriage. They are for freedom, equality, love, anti-discrimination, and progress. On the other hand many Christians believe that the Bible says homosexual behaviour is a sin. Many Christians are worried that, one issue at a time, the moral value of the society is gradually being eroded.  Continue reading A Conflict Between Christians and Supporters of Gay Marriage