Quakers support same sex marriage
Here is something from their statement.
The Bill respects the diverse needs of faith communities, some of which wish to perform same-sex marriages and some of which wish to be able to refuse such marriages. It is not the role of parliament to decide which religious position to endorese
I think this is the strongest argument in favour of permitting same-sex marriage. What right does the government have to tell the Anglicans, the United Church or the Quakers which ceremonies they can or cannot perform?