- The Washington Times - Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee took a firm stand for traditional marriage Tuesday night in Iowa, telling a crowd of Faith and Family Coalition attendees that he doesn’t care how political history books paint him — when it comes to gay marriage, he stands firmly in the camp of biblical teachings.

He also made clear that his opposition to gay marriage doesn’t mean he’s against gay people.

“I’m not against anybody. I’m really not. I’m not a hater. I’m not homophobic,” Mr. Huckabee said. “I honestly don’t care what people do personally in their individual lives.”

Yet the Bible teachings are clear on this point, he said.

“When people say, ‘Why don’t you just get on the right side of history?’ I said, ‘You’ve got to understand, this for me is not about the right side or the wrong side of history, this is the right side of the Bible, and unless God rewrites it, edits it, sends it down with his signature on it, it’s not my book to change,” Mr. Huckabee said.

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