Yeah I bet that heading made you're head spin a bit huh? But hey! I finally got an argument here worth pushing forward (don't get me wrong, I#m bound to be only one of many that thought of this but meh!!).
Christians are, naturally, against any form of gay relationship correct? Doesn't this go against someones free will?
I can't remember the the exact part, but in the bible it talks about how when the crops have been planted (the crops being the people) and when the weeds kill off the weaker parts of the crops (people who go against the bible are those the weeds are 'killing'), it is leaving those truly worthy to join god in ever lasting praise of his name. (yay...)
So in other words. If you remove the choice to 'sin' in christian eyes, if you remove someones ability to do certain things 'just' because it goes against whatever kinda of Christianity, you're not helping one bit. You're actually being counter-productive.
So, in order to cut the weak plants down and leave only those worthy, you have to give everyone (within reason) the ability to make choices. And if that means Tim and John want to get married, who are you to deny them?