The Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act in a 5-4 decision. The court also ruled that same-sex marriage will be available in California, at least where court clerks take the position that Proposition 8 is unconstitutional. This post will be updated as we gather more reactions.
This is a Roe v. Wade-type decision, with massive implications for the future. And, for religious liberty.
— Russell Moore (@drmoore) June 26, 2013
I'm sure I'm already the millionth person to tweet this, but I've got "Ding dong DOMA's dead" stuck in my head…
— Chris Stedman (@ChrisDStedman) June 26, 2013
Why shouldn't minors wishing to marry be afforded the same "equality" rights as same-sex couples?
— Mark DeMoss (@MarkDeMoss) June 26, 2013
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) June 26, 2013
My thoughts on the SCOTUS ruling that determined that same sex marriage is okay: "Jesus wept."
— Gov. Mike Huckabee (@GovMikeHuckabee) June 26, 2013
The DOMA ruling has now made the normalization of polygamy, pedophilia, incest and bestiality inevitable. Matter of time.
— Bryan Fischer (@BryanJFischer) June 26, 2013
Make no mistake: Justice Kennedy's majority opinion in the DOMA case takes the entire nation right to the brink of legal same-sex marriage,.
— albertmohler (@albertmohler) June 26, 2013
For evangelicals, ruling is "invitation to look at the reality of same sex families – to minister with grace to all people."-Rev. Schenck
— Jennifer Wishon (@JenniferWishon) June 26, 2013
Will someone invite me to a gay wedding in Cali? I'll buy a great gift, lol. Want to really celebrate this.
— ProfB (@AntheaButler) June 26, 2013
The Supreme Court did not rule today that you and I cannot have Christ- honoring marriages. So let's get after it!
— Ray Ortlund (@rayortlund) June 26, 2013
After SCOTUS decisions, Glenn Beck and Rand Paul worry about "devout Muslims who come over here and have 3 wives" http://t.co/wwi56PhUk7
— McKay Coppins (@mckaycoppins) June 26, 2013
Don't want to detract from today's victories, but want to be clear much of federal DOMA still stands. Along with state DOMAs.
— Joshua Eaton (@joshua_eaton) June 26, 2013
Celebrating an end to prop 8. This Mormon girl is ready to bake wedding cupcakes for friends in Cali ready to tie the knot. Let love rule.
— joanna brooks (@askmormongirl) June 26, 2013
Supreme Court Decisions on Marriage: 'Tragic Day for Marriage and our Nation,' State U.S. Bishops http://t.co/pQcZ26chiy
— USCCB (@USCCB) June 26, 2013
I have said for years that the #gaymarriage debate is over. It is an inevitability.
— Jonathan Merritt (@JonathanMerritt) June 26, 2013