“We’ve reached a point where human dignity and mutual respect is so important,” Haggard said in a recent online debate with Rabbi Benjamin Hecht, director of Orthodox Jewish think tank Nishma.
Responding to the question, “Should same-sex marriage be allowed by the state?” he went on to say, “If someone is dealing with same-sex attraction or homosexuality, and they want someone to be their life partner of the same gender, though we would oppose that in our churches, it should be allowed by the state.”
So… what do YOU think… is Haggard right or wrong on this?
Do you generally think that all things non-biblical should be illegal? Isn’t that the question he’s trying to raise here?
Would love to hear your comments.