On the day of the historic Supreme Court rulings which declared the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional and effectively invalidated California's Proposition 8, Jesse, Sebastian and Ben sit down in the studio to reflect on the meaning and importance of the day's events. They pontificate on whether these rulings will be viewed as the tipping point in the gay marriage conversation or if the importance of these rulings is more symbol than substance. Eventually the conversation turns to the recent apology from Exodus International President Alan Chambers and the wider question of the churches response to homosexuality.
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