Obama, Gay Marriage and the Church
By Roxanne Wieman
June 13, 2012
Originally hailing from rural Colorado (via Fort Collins and Chicago) and an avid runner, Roxy works as the editor-at-large for RELEVANT Media Group, leading the editorial for RELEVANT magazine, as well as writing the occasional award-winning cover story. Follow her on Twitter: @roxy_composed
Joel Hunter, President Obama's pastoral counsel, responds to the president's endorsement of same-sex marriage
After President Obama announced his support of same-sex marriages in May, many Christians were outraged. Joel Hunter is the pastor of Northland Church in Florida and a spiritual advisor to Obama. We asked Hunter how he felt about the president’s announcement and how the church should approach the legalization of gay marriage.
You’ve been a spiritual advisor to President Obama for several years. How have you seen his thinking on this issue undergo an evolution?
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