TOLEDO, OH, July 10, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) — A judge in the Toledo area is under fire from homosexual activists after he cited his religious beliefs while refusing to perform a same-sex “marriage.”
Municipal Court Judge C. Allen McConnell cited the freedom of religion in his decision.
“On Monday, July 6, I declined to marry a non-traditional couple during my duties assignment,” McConnell explained in a released statement. “The declination was based upon my personal and Christian beliefs established over many years.”
Another judge was brought in to perform the “wedding” the same day.