A vehicle for venting on philosophy, religion, and the general state of things. Proprietor: C. W. Powell

Monday, March 14, 2005

My Way News: "In the eagerly awaited opinion likely to be appealed to the state's highest court, San Francisco County Superior Court Judge Richard Kramer said that withholding marriage licenses from gays and lesbians is unconstitutional."
Interesting, huh. Somebody needs to tell Judge Kramer that what his is trying to do has been tried before, with predictable results.

I mean repealing the Law of God. The Law of God is not an abstraction, but is binding upon every man everywhere, whether he agrees with it or not, for the Law of God was not passed by human legislators, but was written with the finger of God on two tables of stone [Read Exodus 20].

Jesus reaffirmed it when he said, "Scripture cannot be broken...." John 10:35.

It's an old, old story, begun in the Garden of Eden and the last chapter has not been written yet. But we know how it will turn out. No mystery here.
Post a Comment


Blog Archive