Oh, my. I don’t know where to begin with this little item.
Rowan County (Ky.) Clerk Kim Davis remains on the job, even though she refuses to follow the oath she took to follow the laws of her state and nation. Those laws say that gay couples are entitled to be married.
That’s not God’s law, Davis says. So, she’s refusing to follow the law.
Then there’s this: Davis is married to her fourth husband. She’s been divorced three times. That’s not as big a deal as this next tidbit, which is that she gave birth to twins five months after divorcing her first husband.
Five months. Do that math and recall your sex education teaching about human gestation.
I believe Scripture has plenty to say about sex outside of marriage, not to mention adultery. But, hey, who’s keeping track?
In another interesting twist, the twins were fathered by Davis’s third husband, but were adopted by her second husband. I mention that only because it, well, doesn’t exactly fall into the category of a “traditional family.”
Davis has brought all this scrutiny on herself by declaring her strong belief in God’s holy word.
However, she works for a secular government agency. She is drawing a paycheck financed by the public, many of whom, I’m quite certain, disagree with her refusal to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.
And no matter what the county clerk says, God’s word does not supersede the oath she took when she took public office. The oath requires her to follow the law of the land.
She’s refusing to do so. Davis needs to quit her job … immediately.