After marrying in New York 10 months ago, two gay men ask Israeli's family court to recognize their spousal agreement.
Anglican leaders in Africa are at the forefront of opposition to the move, which they say could further divide the worldwide Anglican Communion.
The president offered a show of support similar to that he gave the effort in Illinois.
Those who objected to Atlanta pastor Louie Giglio's role are 'anti-Christian,' says Fox's Todd Starnes.
'We increasingly look prejudiced, and not a little stupid, on this issue,' says one Republican respondent to a National Journal poll.
The pastor who said it's a choice to be gay, and that gay people can be turned straight, is no longer on the inauguration program. How did that happen so quickly?