| Remember back in June when the Supreme Court ruled that
homosexual marriage will now be legal? Remember all the crazy's, like
myself, predicting this would be the beginning of Christian persecution?
Well, we're there.
You may not have been keeping up with the story of Kim Davis, the Kentucky court clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses to homosexual couples based on her Christian beliefs. Well, she's in jail now.
So Ms. Davis had three options. Give up her Christian beliefs, give up her job and livelihood or go to jail.
Some say, it's the law and she has to follow the law. Well, in 1939 it was the law in Germany that Jews would be deported and killed.
The truth of the matter is, homosexual marriage is not the law in Kentucky or the USA. DOMA is the law of the land. The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was enacted September 21, 1996 which defined marriage for federal purposes as the union of one man and one woman. It was passed by both houses of congress and signed into law by President Bill Clinton.
The Supreme Court does not write law, they simply render opinions.
I know Ms. Davis has a somewhat checkered past but that makes her stand even that much more impressive. Not sure how many perfect Christians there are or if they would take the stand Ms. Davis has.
Everyone of us that claim to be Christian will face the same fate as Ms. Davis very soon. How will we choose? I hope I have the same courage as Ms. Davis.