Kentucky clerk won’t interfere with gay marriage licenses

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ROWAN COUNTY, Kentucky – Rowan County, Kentucky, Clerk Kim Davis returned to work Monday, saying she will not issue any marriage licenses that go against her religious beliefs.

Davis left the door open for her deputies to continue to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, as long as those documents do not have Davis’ name or title on them. Davis acknowledged that she is not sure on the legality of licenses altered in such a way

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    • Gary

      God bless you Kim Davis for being a woman stands firm for the biblical definition of marriage. What God has created cannot be redefined by the depraved mind of men or women.

      Kim Davis is on the right side of biblical history that NEVER changes!!!

  • Denker

    Yet another clash between real world and the make-belive world. If she wants to believe that, fine, but step out of the way of reality, lady.

    • Gary

      It’s only “a make believe world” to individuals who live their lives with a “anything goes” attitude who will enjoy spending eternity separated from God.

      These are the same people who cry out to God when tragedy strikes but ignore him and claim he doesn’t exist when life appears normal.

      Keep thinking & believing the Christian faith is “make believe”. Those of us who put our faith & trust in Jesus Christ will keep praying for your lost, deceived soul.

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