Strachan quoted in USA Today article on same-sex marriage protests

Communications Staff — January 17, 2013

Same-sex couples are touring southern states in protest of strict marriage laws, according to a USA Today article, Jan. 16, 2013.

The article mentions Strachan, assistant professor of church history and Christian theology at Boyce College and executive director of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, in response to the protests from same-sex couples.

The WE DO campaign sends same-sex couples into government offices located in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, South and North Carolina and Virginia, where they request marriage licenses. These states all have marriage laws forbidding same-sex unions.

“These advocates are putting these government workers in a difficult position,” Strachan said. “The workers involved do not need to feel any shame about denying these initiatives.”

The full article is available online at the USA Today website: here.

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