Gohmert: ‘If There’s a God, As the Bible Talks About, There’ll be Price to This Nation For Acting in Such a Way

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Scotland Overwhelmingly Votes to Legalize Gay Marriage; Churches Object

Larry Lamont and Jerry Slater (R) take part in a symbolic same-sex marriage outside the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, Scotland February 4, 2014.                                       (Photo: REUTERS/Russell Cheyne)

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First Australian gay weddings held in Canberra

Same sex couple Stacey Cowan, right, and Corrina Peck celebrate after taking their wedding vows at Old Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013. Dozens of same-sex couples from all around the country are taking advantage of the Australia Capital Territory's new law allowing same-sex marriages. But the unions may be short lived if the High Court on Dec. 12, 2013 rules in favorr of a Commonwealth challenge to overrule the states law. (AP Photo/Rob Griffith)

Stacey Cowan, right, and Corrina Peck celebrate after taking their wedding vows at Old Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, Saturday.

Dozens of same-sex couples wed in the country’s capital territory but the new law could face a challenge in the courts next week. ‘Regardless of what happens on Thursday, we still get five days of legally being together,’ said one bride.

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Pa. pastor who performed son’s gay marriage suspended for 30 days by Methodist jury

(Chris Knight/ Associated Press ) – The Rev. Frank Schaefer, right, of Lebanon Pa., walks to the gymnasium with an unidentified woman, before facing his sentencing at Camp Innabah, a United Methodist retreat, in Spring City Pa. Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013. A jury of his pastoral peers convicted Schaefer on Monday of breaking his vows by officiating his gay sons’ Massachusetts wedding in 2007. Schaefer could face punishment ranging from a reprimand to a suspension to losing his minister’s credentials.

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