As the Respect for Marriage Act made its way through Congress this week, Professor Robin Fretwell Wilson spoke to several media outlets about how same-sex marriage is no longer the polarizing issue it once was, and how she feels LGBTQ advocates and religious groups can work together.
From the Washington Post:
Wilson has described civil rights — such as same-sex marriage and religious liberty — as “puzzle pieces” that can fit together if people of good faith work together.
She said the apocalyptic thinking that fueled much of the opposition to same-sex marriage has largely disappeared.
More at Deseret News here and here.
More at Religion News Service.