Lindsay posted this happy article from Tulsa World.
Gov. Mary Fallin has signed into law a bill that allows ministers to refuse to perform same-sex marriages if such marriages conflict with their religious beliefs.
Fallin said Friday that the law will protect the constitutional and religious rights of Oklahomans.
The law says no licensed, ordained or authorized official of a religious organization can be required to solemnize or recognize a marriage that violates that official’s conscience or religious belief.
Fallin said the bill makes it clear that religious leaders and houses of worship can’t be forced by the government to violate their faith where marriage is concerned.
This persecution of pastors for refusing to celebrate same-sex marriage is already happening in some states.
Here’s an article from Alliance Defending Freedom, which is doing a case on this right now.
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