I did not ask who they turned down. I asked you a simple question that you dodged so here is your chance to answer it again.<quoted text>None of those Christians turned down a mixed race wedding, black, Asian or Yankee wedding; those aren't radical changes to marriage law. Some of those marriages existed in Biblical teaching, all written marriage law before the 21st century defined marriage as male/female.
We oppose forcing Christians to participate in same sex weddings under threat of fines and lawsuits. They are starting with Christians, your group is next.
Do people have the same right to turn down a mixed race wedding? A Black wedding? A Asian Wedding? A Yankee wedding? Where do you draw the line on what is right for people to turn down?
And I say again and even give you the link;
A broad definition of marriage includes those that are monogamous, polygamous, same-sex and temporary.