Last Thursday an Iowa district court judge struck down the state’s law limiting marriage to a union of a man and a woman. Judge Robert Hanson of Polk County, Iowa, ruled that the Iowa law is unconstitutional because it denies homosexual persons the right to marry and enjoy the legal rights and protections granted through marriage. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler welcomes historian and social commentator Allan Carlson for a conversation about some of the very flawed logic within Hanson’s opinion.
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