1. The Range of Ideas
Yes. Maybe. No.
Yes, you can allow same sex marriage without compromising your beliefs because God recognizes all loving mongomous couples regardless of gender. There is absolutely nothing wrong with same sex marriage and it is the right of every loving couple to be able to be wed, legally according to our laws and morally according to God’s law.
Same sex couples should be able to get married if they want, which would not copmromise anyone’s faith, even if their faith holds the belief that same sex relationships are sinful. Marriage is a legal institution made up by society to help maintain order, responsibilities, rights, etc. This is separate from being wed in the eyes of God, which is a matter of the heart and individual, not the state. Therefore, allowing same sex marriage is not an afront to one’s faith, but rather a logical and fair legal right, which should be extended to committed monogomous couples so they are assured the same rights and provlages under the law as heterosexual couples, for example, hospital visitiation, taxation, etc.
No, you cannot legally allow or permit same sex marriage while maintaining the integrity of your beliefs and faith. The bible is very clear in stating that homosexuality is a sin, therefore, promoting, endorsing, and giving any form of sanction to same sex marriage is by definition a compromise of one’s faith.