Sunday, November 2, 2014

In North Carolina: Six judges quit to avoid Gay Marriage in the State


More foolishness in North Carolina.

Since same-sex marriage is legal in the state, some folks can't handle it at all. In fact, about six judges have resigned so they can't officiate our marriages. To them, they rather be unemployed than to deal with the law.

Here's more:
All stepped down, since October 10, because they believe marriage is a union between one man and one woman. They are: John Kallam Jr. (Rockingham County), Gilbert Breedlove (Swain County), Bill Stevenson (Gaston County), Tommy Holland (Graham County), Gayle Myrick (Union County) and Jeff Powell (Jackson County).
The decision wasn’t easy for Stevenson, whose family depends on his $50,000 per year salary as their primary income. 
"I prayed about it; I asked for wisdom," Stevenson told the Christian Examiner. "I think our hearts have been led away by the cares of the world, our desires, and ultimately, our intense arrogance – our hubris – against the Lord.” 
"We've rejected the prime authority of the scriptures, something our Nation's Founding Fathers, such as John Adams, knew better than to do. ... In both the Old and New Testaments, homosexuality is something the Lord does not approve of, and since He doesn't, I could not put the sanction of the state on a relationship that runs afoul of scripture," Stevenson said. 
In a separate interview with the Christian Post, Stevenson said of the decision to give up his income without a backup plan, "I hate to wax it so biblical but it says 'what good is it for a man to gain the whole world but lose his own soul? So, that's the stakes I put on this."
Good riddance then. We don't need them or their ignorant views.

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1 comment:

Bob Slatten said...

As I said on FB: Good. We need fewer bigots on the bench.