Here. He does it by parroting the old gay marriage meme that since divorce and reality TV (which many conservatives also oppose), therefore hypocrisy! Because Christians still live in this country, therefore their opinions are null and void unless they conform to the very forces that brought us no fault divorce and sleeping with the neighbor shows in the first place.
He even adds a little extra jab by declaring that those who are concerned about such silly things as the right to not be liberal are not even Christians. Something he once said only rad trads and fundamentalists do.
Mark, who once joined the chorus of outrage at this naked assault on religious liberty and freedom of conscience, continues his march up to the head of the progressive class.
If you ever wondered how Christians in history could so blindly fall into line behind the clear and obvious threats to the well being of humanity in general, much less the faithful of the Gospel, you need look no farther than Mark.
Like Rolfe from The Sound of Music, Mark now brandishes his verbal Luger at anyone who dares remind him of the manifold heresies, blasphemies, evils and sins that he once opposed but now aligns with. And like young Rolfe, Mark is just the type of person such movements of tyranny and oppression yearn for.
In fairness to Mark, much of the Church leadership also appears to be going that direction. And sad to say, it won't be the first time in the two thousand year history of the Church that its best and brightest, or at least most powerful, found it advantageous to sit down at the banquet feast and eat the King's food since the Temple appeared to be a thing of the past.