Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Homosexual Marriage Bill is Rejected By France

Homosexual Marriage Bill is Rejected By France

On Tuesday, reports say lower house of parliament in France rejected a bill that would have allowed gays to marry. The votes were 293 to 222 for opposition to the bill.
"We are against homophobia but we do not want to alter the image and function of marriage in the collective subconscious," said UMP lawmaker Michel Diefenbacher.
Several of France's fellow European Union member states, including Spain, Belgium and the Netherlands, have legalized homosexual marriage.

We are happy that France has stood against the bill for gay marriage in their country. It just goes to show that not everyone is in agreement to changing God's intended law of marriage between one man and one woman.

Let us pray for more of this including bans in our country, U.S.A.

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