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Religious leaders of all faiths for weighing in today on president Obama's decision to officially voice his support.
Of same sex marriage and Lorne -- is looking into this is.
We're -- newsroom with reaction from many of them.
On what is today.
You know but over months not conservative religious leaders have been mounting stronger campaign to opposed to gay marriage.
And just yesterday were celebrating a victory North Carolina where voters ban same sex unions.
Now conservative Christian doctor dropped jumpers -- first Baptist Dallas says he's not surprised by the present.
I'm disappointed that he invoked the Bible was a rationale for his support the fact is Jesus very clearly said Matthew nineteen.
That God's plan for marriage was one man would one woman for life.
And so by embracing same sex marriage your President Obama has really contradicted the Jesus that he says he -- Now minority faith groups as well are also were -- acting the president of the national Hispanic leadership conference says his where his constituency the biblical definition of marriage.
Is about faith not politics.
He says it is our Christian faith that requires us to uphold the biblical definition of marriage as a sacred union between one man and one woman is on to say that I pray that -- -- the president's support of gay marriage does not exacerbate the growing intolerance.
Of a Christian worldview.
-- there interest and so what some of these other groups as say are non Christian groups have also weighed in on this right well this is -- -- rabbi Irwin will with the president of the national Jewish center for -- and -- as the Jewish community does not interpret the Bible literally.
But expects it will be divided on the president -- Judaism like all the major religions.
Has very serious splits within it upon these sorts of social issues so -- the most traditionalist community.
In the most tradition was Jewish community it's sort of orthodox community would call it.
There is that will be opposition.
And -- black minister spoke with he is bishop Harry Jackson founder of the high impact leadership coalition.
He says there are no parallels between gay marriage and civil rights and civil rights movement and he says he will now mobilize -- -- minorities to oppose.
Same sex marriage.
Definitely a hot topic of conversation for the days and weeks to come Lauren thank you very much Lauren Green -- to our viewers at home what do.
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