[The Christian Institute] BBC’s Songs of Praise has alienated its viewers after it featured a same-sex wedding in this week’s programme.
Jamie Wallace and Ian McDowell married at Rutherglen United Reformed Church near Glasgow—one of the few denominations to have accepted the redefinition of marriage.
While presenter Kate Bottley described the URC decision as “momentous”, viewers were disappointed by the one-sided presentation of same-sex marriage on a Christian programme.
The couple were able to speak without challenge on the programme, with Mr Wallace justifying his stance by saying: “Jesus preaches about love and inclusion, kindness, compassion.”
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