How Should We Respond to Unjust Laws?
Too often Christians are wrapped up in politics to the degree that they think they are powerless or the world is going to end if we lose the battle for some law. But the gospel is not hindered by whatever government, unjust law or persecution that we may suffer. Unjust/unholy laws enacted by pagans/secularists don't make a dent against God eternal plan. In fact God often in the midst of harsh persecution reveals his power and advances the gospel more than he would under prosperity (consider the current advance of the gospel in closed countries in Asia as an example). ... It is a great witness of Jesus Christ to the world when we work for what is just but don't bitterly complain when things don't go our way in the secular sphere. This is not to say we should not work for a just government and God-honoring laws within our legal limits but the world does not end if they do not come into existence. God laughs at such trifles because he will prevail.
Martin Luther once said, "I will not have recourse to arms and bloodshed in defense of the Gospel. By the Word the earth has been subdued; by the Word the Church has been saved; and by the Word also it shall be reestablished."