I find this fascinating, because being a Christian, I think she is making "us" look terrible. I grew up in a Lutheran School all the way through High School, I try to follow the Golden Rule more than any others: Do unto other what you would want done to you. However, many Christians appear to be embracing her "hate" and seem to be seeing her as a hero. What do you think?
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That was kind of the jist of my hub: https://hubpages.com/politics/Why-Kim-Davis-Should...
She should have just married them, since it's her job. It's not her job to convert them. She may disapprove of their choice, but marriage is such a personal decision, and in this case, it's not hers to make for them.
Paul writes in Romans to obey your government, because the Lord as put the officials in office- i'm paraphrasing for lack of characters, but Romans 13, check it out.
That's a cop out John. If the government passed laws saying it is OK to murder the elderly when they get sick, would that make it OK to do so? The Word of God trumps the word of man. Hold to faith in God, or hold to words of men. Choose today.
My name is Josh. But I'm just showing you, I can pick random Bible verses out too.
Does one verse nullify another verse? The whole Word of God has to be used. Peter made his statement before Paul was converted.
Sorry about miscalling your name. No idea what I was thinking when I said John.
That's fine, it actually happens a lot, oddly. But if the whole thing needs to be used, all of Leviticus?
Grace, unmerited favor given to someone who does not deserve it. Grace and mercy of God offered to all who accept it. Does not mean sin is condoned. Acceptance is a must, or, old law is used to judge. Stop following those who do not know grace.
Peter, Paul ,John or whoever would probably "keep" their working position if required to issue a worthless piece of certificate which is not affecting the God Creator, neither righteous life of His children only those who do oppose the law of nature.