Barbara Baldridge, in her recent letter about gay marriage, characterizes herself as what is called a "cafeteria Christian," a person who picks and chooses the parts of the Bible she likes and discards parts she doesn't like. She is wrong saying God doesn't judge. She is only reading the parts of the Bible that she wants to follow.
She wrote that Jesus judged no one. Wrong. God judged the people in Noah's time and let them die in the flood, he judged the people at the parting of the Red Sea and let them die, and we will be judged for our time on Earth when we die
Baldridge should read the book of Genesis, which states that God created man and woman in his image: "God blessed them, saying, 'Be fruitful and multiply, fill the earth and subdue it.' God also made clear his view on homosexuality when he punished Sodom and Gomorrah.
So if I want to marry my brother, Baldridge wouldn't object? She wrote that "we should all have the right to marry the person we love." Or does she draw the line somewhere, and if so, where is that?