With the spread of social media comes an abundance of personal information and incidents that just might not have made it around the world, but then there are cases like this where you know everyone would have heard about it one way or another.

One Houston pastor refused to marry a couple because he didn't approve of the bride's wedding gown. It is said that about an hour before the ceremony was to begin, he saw the "gown" and asked where the other half of her dress was. The bride's family thought it was a joke..... Until it was brought up again by a church leader.


With a church full of attendees, the pastor refused to marry the couple.  Are pastors doing too much these days to keep their names from being attached to things deemed "ungodly," or are pastors that take stances such as this (and the one that wouldn't allow the pregnant teen to sing in the choir) doing more harm than good?