I saw earlier a news report, and just now when I got back to the web, about a couple being denied marriage by the First Baptist Church of Crystal Springs, Mississippi. I don't know how to 'link', so I can only write what I read about. Also, I wasn't sure if this should go in politics or religion so... The couple were set to be married and a small group of church members opposed the couple being married at that church. The preacher ended up marrying them at another venue in order to make everyone happy, in what he saw as a good compromise. It's reported that when the rest of the congregation heard of this, they were outraged, and could not understand why such a thing would happen. The couple is black, and the church is predominantly white. Do you think the church had a right to discriminate in this fashion? Thanks.