Wednesday, 30 June 2010
Armenian church against gay marriage... in Argentina
Earlier this year Argentine congress voted to legalise gay marriage. The bill then moved to the Senate where its “prospects are unclear”.
Kissag Mouradian called marriage between two men or two women “unthinkable”, “flatly rejected the idea of same-sex marriage”. (translations from Spanish by Google Translate)
The relatively ‘good news’ - if I may say so - is that reportedly he was not the harshest critique of the bill.
The only religious leader who supported the bill was Rabbi Daniel Goldman who argued that Judaism “is a search for the family, so family models, over time, may be modifying”. (Google Translate)
Here are few links to Spanish language sources carrying the news: 1, 2, 3, 4.
*picture - via The Armenian Church