Activist judges push same-sex marriage

Steven LeBlanc

04 07 2014

Once America allows State Judges or Supreme Court justices to sanction same-sex marriage, you open the door for other kinds of perverse definitions of marriage. Satan is especially effective at getting humans to redefine good and evil in ways that they prefer—thus rebelling against God’s definition of right and wrong.

The U.S. Supreme Court turned against the God ordained definition of marriage when they reversed the federal Defense of Marriage Act in 2013. Eventually it looks as if the Supreme Court will decide for the nation how marriage is to be defined.

As of the year 2003, same-sex counterfeit marriage was banned in all 50 states. But now in the year 2014 seventeen states embrace this counterfeit marriage. Changes have come about at the hand of activist judges. In six states activist judges have reversed statues upholding traditional marriage. And on Friday Judge Timothy Black of Ohio announced today he will strike down the Ohio’s ban on gay marriage, approved by voters in 2004. Many conservatives are enraged and argue that striking down the ban would “disregard the will of Ohio voters, and undercut the democratic process.” Black said, “Gays are denied their fundamental right to marry a person of their choosing and the right to remain married.”—this contradicts the 14th amendment (Black’s twisted reasoning).

Black has joined judges in six other states that have recently struck down statues upholding traditional marriage. More judges likely will follow suit, and the question of whether states can determine what constitutes marriage within their borders will eventually be decided by the nation’s highest court.

Churches have much to fear. Gay marriage will soon become the law of the land; soon pressure will be put on Churches to perform same-sex marriages under threat of taking away their tax-exempt status if they refuse. The “gay” community has already forced California schools to teach homosexual and transgender history. And small businesses from bakeries to moving companies are bullied into catering to gay pressure groups.

Brendan Eich the CEO of Mozilla the tech company that created Firefox web browser was forced to step down this week because it was discovered that he gave a $1000 donation to the campaign for Proposition 8—the winning effort to write a provision in the California constitution defining marriage as the exclusive union between a man and a woman. California voted in favor of this provision only to have it overturned by the courts.

Judicial activism in 2013 and 2014 (Taken from WorldMag.com…April 4, 2014) pushing same-sex marriage:
• Ohio—Judge orders state to recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states.
• Michigan—Constitutional ban overturned by federal judge. Judge’s ruling stayed pending appeal.
• Texas—Constitutional ban overturned by federal judge. Judge’s ruling stayed by the U.S. Supreme Court pending appeal.
• Kentucky—Judge orders state to recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states.
• Virginia—Constitutional ban overturned by federal judge. Judge’s ruling stayed pending appeal.
• Oklahoma—Constitutional ban overturned by federal judge. Judge’s ruling stayed pending appeal.
• Utah—Constitutional ban overturned by federal judge. Judge’s ruling stayed by the U.S. Supreme Court pending appeal. (2013)
• New Mexico—by state Supreme Court ruling
• Illinois—by state statute
• Hawaii—by state statute
• New Jersey—by a judge’s ruling
• California—by a federal judge’s ruling in 2010. The ruling did not go into effect until the Supreme Court upheld it in 2013.
• Minnesota—by state statute
• Delaware—by state statute
• Rhode Island—by state statute

Let us not diminish the word of God which says:

“You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination” (Leviticus 18:22).

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