Where Do You Stand?

A number of people have asked me recently what my position is regarding the imminent Supreme Court decision as it pertains to DOMA.

My position is not political; it is spiritual–based upon my knowledge of the Bible and my relationship with God.

God’s truths and what He says is right, never changes.  What man “says” is right, constantly changes.

Where do I stand? I stand on the Word of God, understanding His purpose for mankind and His ability to love us–no matter what!

That’s where I stand. Where do you stand?

7 thoughts on “Where Do You Stand?

  1. I stand with equal justice for all under law. It should apply just as much to those who don’t happen to be religious. Since it doesn’t currently, that needs to change. No matter what your interpretation of scripture is, civil law supercedes it in any nation that is not a theocracy. The state controls the definition of marriage, not God.

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    • And while I can respect your opinion, it would be justice for you to respect mine. I happen to believe in God and am not ashamed of that fact. If you don’t believe, that’s your prerogative. I reiterate–God’s Word has not changed, yet man is always changing–and not necessarily for the better.

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      • As expected, you assumed I’m not a believer, based on not agreeing with your stance on a legal question. I am a believer, but I live in a country where people are free to be religious, or non-Christians, or even non-religious. Respect is respect for all EQUALLY UNDER LAW. Even Jesus agreed. There’s that “render unto Caesar” thing to reconcile.

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      • Invisiblemikey; I did not assume anything. I simply stated that you have a right to believe what you want. I am not religious; I am a follower of Christ–who by the way was talking about “taxes” in the scripture you reference.

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