I think they should have fired her for insubordination instead of jailing her and making her a martyr, but I couldn’t have stated things any better than this man did. The very last line is such a sad truth from many who have not been exposed to REAL Christianity. It’s not about religion or religious beliefs, but about belief and faith.
The plight of Kim Davis has taken America by storm this week.
The Kentucky county clerk’s steadfast refusal to carry out her job, followed by her imprisonment for contempt of court, is the stuff Kirk Cameron and Kevin Sorbo movies are made of. Whether you think her a martyr or a bigot, you have to admit: this is dramatic stuff, especially for the apocalyptic crowd.
I’ve read two takes on the situation this week that I really enjoyed, and that I want to riff off of a little bit.
Over at Religion Dispatches, Sarah Posner is as usual a refreshing source of common sense and clarity, by cutting through the rhetoric and getting to the heart of the situation:
Religious freedom, of course, has long been seen as the hot 2016 culture war issue, so it’s not surprising to see some of the candidates line up to support Davis. Religious…
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