Careful. The following letter from a Texas newspaper may cause your head to explode.
Regarding the article (Study: Gay marriage would boost Texas economy, July 27, amarillo.com), the Bible says that homosexuality is sin.
Any money arrived from endorsing sin would come at too high a price.
For example, in Massachusetts, which has legalized so-called homosexual marriage, churches that teach that homosexuality is sin have their worship services interrupted and their buildings vandalized by homosexual groups.
Worshippers are harassed and terrorized when they go to church, and the police tend to give homosexuals the benefit of any doubt.
Schoolchildren and businesses are required to either get along with the evils of homosexuality or face social and legal penalties.
It is open season on Christmas in Massachusetts.
Legalization of homosexual unions may boost the economy, but Texas does not need that kind of money.
Cindy BrentOoooooookay, then. I'm fairly certain that Massachusetts loves Christmas (and the attendant boost to sales tax revenue) as much as any of us. I'm also fairly certain this letter writer is A) unaware that any states besides Massachusetts have endorsed marriage equality, and B) is off her rocker.
But just for shits and giggles, I googled to see if there were, indeed, roving bands of homosexuals, going around Massachusetts assaulting churches. I regret to inform you that I found no evidence to support these claims.
So basically, it's cool if you don't have any facts to back your assertions--just make shit up as you go along. That's the biblical way!