Clearly the whole point of the Bible was not to follow the laws in Leviticus. I’m still confused as to why people keep referring to it. Actually, the New Testament also refers to homosexuality asasin (e.g.1Corinthians 6:9, Romans 1:26).Iwould caution Christians at picking and choosing what they want to believe is sin and what isn’t; we can’t just pretend it’s notasin because we wish it weren’t true. That said, it’s not like heterosexual couples are upholding the sanctity of marriage either (e.g. divorce, abuse, lack of respect for sex, The Bachelor, Real Housewives). We cannot claim to beaGod-fearing nation that fails to provide healthcare to millions, to give to the poor, to educate our children, to take care of our veterans, to keep people out of prison, to punish corporations that commit crimes…and then arbitrarily bring in the Bible and draw the line at homosexuality. That makes so sense. So if we love the Bible so much let’s commit ourselves in entirety to it, and stop acting like homosexuality is the only barrier people have to Christ. We ALL need salvation. All of us need to humble ourselves before God, realize that NONE of us deserve salvation, and then realize what it means to be saved by the grace of God, and allow Him to lift us up and work through us to become the people we were designed to be. Bottom line:Idon’t think the government has any right to denyacivil union toahomosexual couple. If we Christians are as concerned about the salvation of others as we claim to be, then let’s start by showing people the existence ofaloving God in their lives through faith, love, charity, humility, and sacrifice.