The point raised is that we are a country of many religious beliefs and our laws should not be defined along a religious line. We are not a Christian nation since we have our Muslim brothers and our brothers who are also animists.
Should our laws exclude the principle of marriage for Muslims? Our laws should be overhauled to reflect secularism to exclude religious tenets and these laws should be acceptable to everyone. In effect, the democratization and culturization of our laws should be the order of the day as it relates to our civil society and the civil codes.
Please don't give me your Christian arguments. You cannot argue for Christian principles when the state is concerned. At the most, one could argue for morality.
Posted on Feb 8, 2007, 6:12 PM from IP address 188.8.131.52