Does the Constitution require the government to recognize same-sex marriages? That’s the question the judges of the US Supreme Court will address this term in hearing arguments relating to several same-sex marriage cases from the states. 

“It’s not whether government recognized same-sex marriage is a good or a bad idea, it’s whether it’s required by the Constitution,” says marriage expert Ryan T Anderson in a talk given at The Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio last month.

The Constitution is in fact silent on what the definition of marriage is, Anderson noted. 

Watch the video of his talk.

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Carolyn Moynihan

Carolyn Moynihan is the former deputy editor of MercatorNet