2015-07-09 / Letters

To the Editor

Making it legal doesn’t make it right for same-sex couples

TO THE EDITOR:

It is possible for something to be legal, but wrong. For example: Once slavery was legal, but it was wrong. Recently the United States Supreme Court, by the narrowest of margins, made same-sex marriage legal in the United States, but it is still wrong.

God’s plan for marriage is the lifelong union of a man and a woman. Those who wrote and adopted our present United States Constitution did not mean for it to legalize samesex marriage. It would have never been ratified if people thought that the proposed constitution would make same-sex marriage legal.

In the future, the United States Supreme Court may rule that green is red, that two plus two equals five, and that up is down. Those things will be legal then, but they will be wrong.

We are living in a crazy world. There is a much higher Authority than the authority of the United States Supreme Court. Some day we will all be judged by that Authority. (Revelation 20:11-15).

ALBERT HUYCK

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