LGBTQI people already had the right to marry

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The debate regarding Same-Sex Marriage is often framed with the language of “equality” and “human rights.” It’s argued, if some can exercise their right to marry, then why not all? Why is marriage a privilege only granted to some? Isn’t that discrimination? In the following clip, Voddie Baucham explains:

 

Here’s [their] reasoning: Homosexuals have the right to marry; they do not desire to exercise the right as it currently exists; therefore, they do not have the right and the law must be changed… How about we change the first line?

Pacifists have the right to join the military; they do not desire to exercise the right as it currently exists; therefore, they do not have the right and the law must be changed. Which means we now have to establish a military that doesn’t fight so that pacifists can enjoy the right like everyone else does.


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