Christian Hip-Hop Artist 'Sho Baraka' Want To Know Do Today's Christian Expect Legislation To Do Their Job Of Evangelism?

That's a great question! 
Christian hip-hop artist and writer Sho Baraka set off a firestorm via  social media today when he posted the below comment to his Facebook Page.  After the Supreme Court ruled by a 5-4 vote, that the law barring the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriages is unconstitutional the artist posted the following comment:
"I think many Christians (not all) want legislation to do their job of evangelism. Biblical marriage will not die because of DOMA." What do you think?   Do you agree?

Comments

  1. Biblical marriage will continue as long as men and women of the faith continue to value the word of God. So when those living in sin want to do something, such as be afforded equal rights I cast my cares upon him and continue to act according to the word.

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  2. Hey William how's it going? I think what he's saying is that there is a lack of evangelism among some Christians.

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