The bible forbids homosexual activity or homosexaul marriage to exist in our society.
Westminster Confession of Faith and Biblical Marriage The Wetminster Confession of Faith was written by men of the Reformation. Furthermore, they were commissioned by the British Parliment to write a lengthy statement explaining what the Bible means. This document was submitted by men of the Reformation and approved by the British Parliment. They do an excellent job of defining Biblical Marriage.
For this cause God gave them up unto vile
affections: for even their woman did change the natural use
into that which is against nature.
And like wise the men, leaving the natural use
of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another: men with men
working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that
recompence of their error which was meet.
CHAPTER XXIV of Westminister Confession of Faith. Marriage
Of Marriage and Divorce.
I. Marriage is to be between one man and one woman: neither is it lawful for any man to have more than one wife, nor for any woman to have more than one husband at the same time.
II. Marriage was ordained for the mutual help of husband and wife; for the increase of mankind with a legitimate issue, and of the Church with an holy seed; and for preventing of uncleanness.
III. It is lawful for all sorts of people to marry who are able with judgment to give their consent. Yet it is the duty of Christians to marry only in the Lord. And, therefore, such as profess the true reformed religion should not marry with infidels, Papists, or other idolaters: neither should such as are godly be unequally yoked, by marrying with such as are notoriously wicked in their life, or maintain damnable heresies.
IV. Marriage ought not to be within the degrees of consanguinity or affinity forbidden in the Word; nor can such incestuous marriages ever be made lawful by any law of man, or consent of parties, so as those persons may live together, as man and wife. The man may not marry any of his wife's kindred nearer in blood than he may of his own, nor the woman of her husband's kindred nearer in blood than of her own.
V. Adultery or fornication, committed after a contract, being detected before marriage, giveth just occasion to the innocent party to dissolve that contract. In the case of adultery after marriage, it is lawful for the innocent party to sue out a divorce, and after the divorce to marry another, as if the offending party were dead.
VI. Although the corruption of man be such as is apt to study arguments, unduly to put asunder those whom God hath joined together in marriage; yet nothing but adultery, or such willful desertion as can no way be remedied by the Church or civil magistrate, is cause sufficient of dissolving the bond of marriage; wherein a public and orderly course of proceeding is to be observed; and the persons concerned in it, not left to their own wills and discretion in their own case.
Strong's Concordance with Hebrew and Greek Lexicon
Homosexual marriage brings you these lessons in Christian history:
January 1, 1802: In a letter to the Danbury (Connecticut) Baptist Association, Thomas Jefferson coins the famous metaphor, "a wall of separation between Church and State." A recent exhibit at the Library of Congress has sparked argument over whether Jefferson used the term merely for political reasons or whether he meant it to explain the First Amendment.
January 1, 1863: American President Abraham Lincoln frees all slaves in Confederate states by issuing the Emancipation Proclamation. Churches throughout the North held candlelight vigils commemorating the event.
January 1, 1937: Presbyterian scholar J. Gresham Machen, fundamentalism's most gifted theologian, dies