I think we need a recovery of previous reformations. Ones in which the law was preached without apology. Holiness of life was emphasized. Psalms were sung with grace in the heart. The magistrate was told they were accountable to God and that "Same-sex unions" weren't dandy.
Clark and I are on the same page on politics. Telling the magistrate he is accountable to God is ambiguous. What I think you are saying is that the magistrate should enforce the first table of the law. I think that is problematic, but that's for another thread. Both Clark and I reject same sex unions. Not sure why that even entered the discussion.