Actor, LGBT activist, and internet celebrity George Takei issued a blistering response to the release of clerk Kim Davis from a Kentucky jail on Tuesday—calling the entire event "a circus." Takei wrote:
"Well this is a bit of a circus. So let us be clear: This woman is no hero to be celebrated. She broke her oath to uphold the Constitution and defied a court order so she could deny government services to couples who are legally entitled to be married. She is entitled to hold her religious beliefs, but not to impose those beliefs on others. If she had denied marriage certificates to an interracial couple, would people cheer her? Would presidential candidates flock to her side? In our society, we obey civil laws, not religious ones. To suggest otherwise is, simply put, entirely un-American."
If she had simply quit her job I could have some respect for her sincerity (but not her beliefs) but not the way it went down.
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This seems these days to be the rule rather than the exception.
The Nazi party was not a Christian movement. . .
Perhaps. But wasn't the Third Reich Hitler's idea of the 1000 year period mentioned in Revelation 20:3
In 1933, prior to the annexation of Austria into Germany, the population of Germany was approximately 67% Protestant and 33% Catholic. A census in May 1939, six years into the Nazi era and incorporating the annexation of mostly Catholic Austria into Germany, indicates that 54% considered themselves Protestant (including non-denominational Christians), 40% Catholic, 3.5% self-identified as "gottgläubig" (lit. "believers in god", often described as predominately creationist and deistic), and 1.5% as non-religious.
Deal with Wikipedia, flyboy ...
Religion in Nazi Germany
You cannot use Christian doctrine to rule any modern country
Vatican City seems to do a pretty good job of it
And, they'd seize the opportunity if they could. Look how the American religious community has used its power to control women's bodies regarding abortion. Their influence is every bit as malign as IS'.