Arguments were heard in U.S. District Court on Monday for the suit filed by the Center for Inquiry against Indiana’s marriage statute, which the secular group alleges is unconstitutional.

Paul Fidalgo, communications director for the Center for Inquiry, told The Christian Post that nonreligious people should be allowed to choose a nonreligious celebrant solemnizing their marriage. …

“Religious believers are not limited to a handful of government functionaries to solemnize their marriages — they are allowed to have a leader in their faith community perform the ceremony and solemnize their marriage,” said Fidalgo.