Immorality going more and more on the offense

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Jun 12, 2008 2 Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Immorality going more and more on the offense

It’s bad enough that the liberal California Supreme Court has imposed homosexual “marriage” (http://morallaw NULL.org/blog/?p=268) on a people who voted it down eight years ago.  That same Court last month heard oral arguments that two doctors, against their Christian beliefs, should, under California law, be forced to perform artificial insemination (http://www NULL.abcnews NULL.go NULL.com/TheLaw/story?id=4941377&page=1) on a lesbian who wanted to have a child with her partner. 

In his column this week, Immorality on the offense (http://www NULL.wnd NULL.com/index NULL.php?pageId=66741), Judge Moore addresses this disturbing trend of immoral behavior demanding not only legal protection but also legally-enforced acceptance and participation by any who might disagree on moral and religious grounds.

After the same-sex marriage decision—which goes into effect next week–was handed down certain California county clerks told their staff that no one would be forced to perform a same-sex marriage if it violates their beliefs. Mayor Gavin Newsom of San Francisco attacked (http://www NULL.reuters NULL.com/article/newsOne/idUSN2233433420080523)this reasonable accommodation as “passing judgment” on “religious grounds” and suggested such clerks should “get a new job.”  This from the mayor who issued marriage certificates to same-sex couples back in 2004 when it was illegal under California law!

When the courts reinterpret the definition of marriage and misconstrue the law to fit their own purposes it’s called judicial activism.  But when courts take the next step and force people to actually perform services and medical procedures that violate their personal beliefs, well then there is nothing else to call it but tyranny and involuntary servitude (http://www NULL.loc NULL.gov/rr/program/bib/ourdocs/13thamendment NULL.html).

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  1. Linda Templet says:

    Bill of Rights states in the 16th Section this:
    That religion,OR the DUTY which we OWE to our Creator,and the manner of discharging it, can be directed only by reason and conviction, not by force or violence; and THEREFORE all men are equally entitled to the Free exercise of religion, according to the dictates of conscience; and that it is the mutual duty of All to practise Christian forbearance, love, and charity toward each other. Religion is defined here in our Bill of Rights as a DUTY which we owe to our Creator.
    One must fully realize that in 1776 very few people could read and writr. They were ignorant people when it came to reading and writing.They weren’t ignorant when it came to common sense. They used their common sense to add in the sixteenth section of the Bill of Rights the right of religious speech and the right to religious movement. As a matter of fact they called religion the DUTY which we owe to our Creator. It is our duty to spead the gospel by word of mouth.
    This sixteenth section is an establishment of the freedom of religious speech ONLY.

    Eleven years later people began to read and write.They realized that the duty which we owe to our Creator was only limited to the freedom of speech. That wasn’t good enough. People could do more than just talk about our Creator. They could now write about our Creator.Nowhere in the Bill of Rights did the people have the right to write religious materials or books to hand out freely. Our representatives for the good people made an amendment to religion, or the duty which we owe to our Creator,by adding the freedon of press.
    Our 1st Amendment states CONGESS SHALL MAKE NO LAW respecting an establishment of religion, or the duty which we owe to our Creator, OR prohibiting the FREE exercise thereof; or of the PRESS; OR the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
    Many LAWS have been broken respecting the duty that was drawn up in our Bill of Rights. The Supreme Court Justices have stopped us from saying prayers in public places. They have stopped Judge Moore from having the Ten Commandments displayed. These people are putting restrictions on our duty that we owe to our Creator. Who are they to take away our rights to spread the Word of God?
    Our Bill of Rights calls religion the DUTY which we owe to our Creator. Congress was given a DIRECT ORDER. CONGRESS SHALL MAKE NO LAW—–period!That means NO LAW!
    I believe the time has come to petition the government for a redress of grievances. When are the Dead in Christ going to rise and put on their Righteous Clothing? Just WHEN?

  2. Кент Келли - Kent Kelley says:

    Привет! Hello honorable Servant Jesus Christ,
    I write to you from Ukraine and salute you! I am standing with you upholding and broadcasting Decalogue. As with you so also with me – persecution. Even from Arminian/antinomian Christians. Would be strong encouragement to me to hear from you my co-laborer.
    Кент Келли – Kent Kelley Philippians 1:3
    (We could translate important work of yours into Russian Русский)

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