I guess that I’m a Dispensationalist in that I really don’t seen any evidence that, post-Jesus, God is in the business of smiting populations. Sure, the Jews got it good in 70AD, but that was blowback for things that happened before (immediately before, perhaps?) the Resurrection. And there is karma; some sins (coveting your neighbor’s house and demanding a subprime mortgage so you can get one too) carry their own punishment. I’m open to the argument that gay marriage is one such, but nobody is explaining how that works. I’m with Glenn Beck on this; I don’t care on a personal level. I care on a theological level; sin is sin, and I’m not going to pretend that homosexual monogamy is somehow superior to homosexual promiscuity, or that it’s OK for a bishop to be actively gay because he’s only doing that with one person. But for the average guy, it’s not my business; that’s between you, your partner, and God. That’s tolerance, and tolerance is not like. If you’re expecting a gold star in “Plays well with boys”, forget it. I don’t get one for “plays well with girls”. And I could argue that, at certain times in my life, my sexuality was just as disordered as yours, just in a straight way, so I don’t get to throw stones. I’m glad that Ann Coulter (and the Hillboyz) are doing outreach. We need all the sensible people we can get on our side. We don’t need to drive them away, as Farah seems to want to do.
Coulter v. Farah