Some of my friends just had a heart attack and others are cheering.
On my journey towards libertarianism I have been led to the realization that you can't legislate morality. Basically, if something doesn't infringe on my right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness then maybe the government needs to just leave it alone.
Just because I believe something is sinful doesn't mean I have the right to keep you from doing it. In the end it's between you and God. A lot of things are banned that probably shouldn't be. If it doesn't harm anyone let each person make his/her own decisions.
The recent decision that the Catholic Church will be required to pay for insurance that covers contraception and abortion in spite of their religious objections should frighten anyone who values freedom. No religious orginization should be forced to pay for an employees medical procedure if it violates their beliefs. With this arrogant move by an increasingly overreaching government I fear that the next step after legalization may be the demand that nobody who performs weddings will be allowed to turn anyone away. If a couple wants to be married in a certain church, the preacher must do it or face discrimination charges.
That brings us back to the issue of rights. I can't stop you from doing something I consider sinful but on the same note you can't require that I participate.