Denny Burk posts on a truly strange story: a judge in Louisiana has denied a marriage license to an “interracial couple,” not because he’s a racist, but because, in his words, “I don’t want to put children in a situation they didn’t bring on themselves. . . . In my heart, I feel the children will later suffer. . . .”

It is the legal judgment, not the logic, that is surprising. After all, many Christians (sadly) agree with this line of reasoning.

But I wonder if commenters here could propose some other scenarios that would also follow from the judge’s logic.