There’s much talk of late about Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk who was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples. She actually stopped issuing all marriage licenses, to avoid the charge of discrimination. She’s now out of jail, although it’s possible she’ll be sent back.
Among those who are sympathetic to her plight and the religious-liberty implications of the case, many (if not most) still think her decision to refuse to issue licenses was wrong.
(Cont.) 10 Questions For Rule-of-Law Critics Of Kim Davis.
[Some other of his rewteets include:]
Everyone is free to think whatever they want, but it is always disappointing when celebrities/public figures say or post things like this that are oppresive of minorities so carelessly. What do you think, Omona?
Source: @siwon407, @JohnPiper, The Federalist, Wikipedia: Kim Davis & John Piper
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