You're not a Christian, so there really is no reason for you to want to get married in a Christian church.From what I've heard there are heaps of places who are doing non-religious weddings for gay couples, and some Christian churches who also do them, so I really have no idea why they are insisting on using one that doesn't. I personally wouldn't want my wedding to have anything to do with religion, particularly Christianity.
I actually believe that homosexuality is wrong, if society is going to legalize it though, I can't stop them. I still hold the right to believe that it's wrong.Yes, I agree with you.
IMO, it's a civil right for homosexuals to get legally married, but a matter of freedom of religion that any church or religious community can refuse to marry everybody who doesn't meet their criteria.
They should either choose a church that is willing to wed them, or stick to a merely legal marriage without church ceremony.
Definitely agreed on the freedom of religion argument. No church should be forced to marry a gay couple, it's within their rights to decline anyone for any reason. It's not a matter of discrimination, it's a matter of the way churches believe. If you believe that homosexuality is wrong then how can you possibly bless a homosexual marriage under God himself?