On Tuesday of this week, a federal court ruled that Prop 8 is unconstitutional.
On Wednesday of this week, I got an email from one of the Sunday School teachers at our church. Here's the story she told me:
In the younger elementary class, kids were drawing. One boy asked a Kindergarten girl about her pictures. She was making them for her girlfriends and boyfriends, she said.
Full of second grade wisdom, the boy replied, "So, two men can get married, and it's no big deal."
The Sunday School teacher told me that, at that point, she readied herself, thinking her grown-up input and explanation would be needed.
But the young girl simply replied, "Yeah, but sometimes they have trouble having babies, so they have to adopt."
In her email to me, the Sunday School teacher said, "End of conversation, no big deal."
She concluded, "I just wanted to let you know that even the youngest among us are actively practicing the teachings of our church. I am so pleased that I will be raising my daughter in an environment that is so accepting of all God's people."
The word out of California is that supporters of Prop 8 plan to appeal the recent court ruling. This case may make its way all the way up the marble steps of the Supreme Court. I wonder if an elementary Sunday School class can file an amicus curiae brief?