My concern, therefore, is: what does the Bible say? What does it say about the creator? What does it say about Jesus? What does it say about heaven? What does it say about abortion? What does it say about homosexuality? What does it say about adultery? What does it say about sin, the Sabbath, the church, the tithe, baptism, the Lord's Supper, etc. The point is: there are more than two issues.
My disagreement with President Obama over his view of same sex marriage or Bill Clinton's dalliance is no greater than my disagreement with Dick Cheney's gay daughter or Mitt Romney's mormon religion. It is of far greater importance to be theologically correct than to be politically correct. I am more concerned for their souls than with their views, whether conservative or liberal.
Can an adulterer go to heaven and not a homosexual? Can a woman who has had an abortion be saved? Can a Mormon? A Catholic? Of course, the answer is: an adulterer, a homosexual, a woman who has had an abortion, a Mormon, a Catholic - all of them can be saved by abandoning every thing and coming to Christ for complete forgiveness. Jesus told the rich, young ruler to sell all that he had and then come follow Him. He told the adulterous woman to go and sin no more.
The Supreme Court is not the final authority. One day every one of us will stand before God and give an account, and God's law is the only law in that court. John said in the Revelation that in that day the books will be opened and we will be judged out of those books. What books? Those written by God. Does that mean we should ignore man's law? No, but our commitment to man's law is so temporal in comparison to eternity. God, help us to set our affection on things above and not on things of this earth!