I’d say it is sinful to approve of Christians engaging in relationships that lead people away from God’s way (homosexual, premarital, emotional affairs...) But I’m not sure why Christians need to have an opinion on what people who don’t claim to follow the Christ do. As a member of a community I will argue unhealthy relationships have consequences beyond two individuals, but I won’t make a religious argument with non-religious people.
“As a member of a community I will argue unhealthy relationships have consequences beyond two individuals, but I wont make a religious argument with non-religious people.”
The problem with your position is that we all live together in one country. When this abomination was legalized, it in effect made the practice of the Christian faith persecutable. I can no longer in good conscience avoid endorsing homosexuality and keep my job.
Whether I rent halls, sell billboard ads, design wedding dresses, do photography, bake custom cakes, make t-shirts. . . you name it. I have to endorse homosexual behavior or I am out of work, fined, and I suppose if I don’t pay the fine I am in prison.