There is a supercilious aspect to using the term same-sex "marriage". Those marriages that are legalized the the state are just as legitimate as any marriage you might have, or that your parents light have had.
Per the constitution, people don't get to vote on rights. There is no redefinition of marriage; only the access is being changed. Every SSM bears the same rights and responsibilities of every OSM.
I'm sure 99.9% of muslims would disagree with the idea that jesus was a deity. What's your point? Paul was insane (due to epilepsy) and contradicted jesus on many concepts. The supposed vision of jesus is actually a textbook example of a grand mal seizure.
Most do agree. Most Christians are Catholic who have agreed on he essentials for nearly two thousand years.
What can and cannot be a law is not controlled by what one group likes or dislikes. It is governed by the Constitution and the three branches of our government. People who oppose the redefinition of marriage have as much right to be heard as any other group. You might also note that same-sex "mariage" never been approved in a popular vote.
I believe 99.9% of Christianity would disagree with you.