GlobalChristianPost — A petition that opposes the British government’s plans to redefine marriage began to acquire names since February, and already has more the 600,000 signatures.
The petition was first started by the Coalition for Marriage (C4M) and was created back in February. Since that time it has expanded to become largest active campaign in the United Kingdom.
The petition urges the government officials to maintain the current definition of traditional marriage as the union between one man and one woman. There currently are plans within parliament to redefine traditional marriage as including same-sex marriage.
There has been wide public resistance to redefine marriage in the U.K. and a recent ComRes poll showed that nearly 70 percent of people were against redefining traditional marriage.
“I hope that the Government will start listening to the millions of people who support the current definition of marriage and who are at a complete loss as to why the Government has brought forward these proposals,” Colin Hart, Campaign Director of C4M, said in a statement.Continue Reading on global.christianpost.com