Resources Related to Religion and Faith
Recent public opinion data show that Latinos – especially Latino Catholics – widely favor the freedom to marry, both nationwide and in key states.
A media primer on the LGBT issues landscape for the coming year released by the Human Rights Campaign.
A listing of marriage polling at the federal, national, and state level.
A comprehensive analysis of African Americans views on gay people and the freedom to marry.
Pew Poll Finds Growing Support for Freedom to Marry Among Evangelicals, Majority Support Among Youth
A comprehensive Pew poll found majority support for the freedom to marry among young people, college graduates and Catholics, with growing support among all other religious categories.
A nationwide Pew Research Center poll found the freedom to marry is the leading issue in which respondents say religious belief influences their opinion.
This groundbreaking poll shows increasing support for the freedom to marry among faith voters in California.
Statements of support for the freedom to marry by religious institutions.
A survey conducted by the Higher Education Research Institute found that 65 percent of college freshmen supported the freedom to marry.
A broad discussion of the debate surrounding the freedom to marry
This paper offers diverse ideas on the freedom to marry based on Interfaith Alliance's unique cross-denominational approach.
A Time to Seek offers a concise review of current sociological, public health and scientific data, and considers key Scriptural passages in light of contemporary understandings of sexual and gender diversity.
Amicus briefs from Strauss v. Horton which support overturning Proposition 8 in California
A report by Faith in Public found significant support for the freedom to marry among young religious Americans.
Arguments for amending the ONA statement to make the marriage rite of the church available to all couples in the church, regardless of their gender.