Laurie Higgins hails Kim Davis: “Her action has exposed the alienating actions and hostility of those in and out of government who are hell-bent on subordinating First Amendment protections to the pagan sexual revolution that, like the ‘corpse flower,’ is coming into full fetid bloom.”
Deacon Keith Fournier hopes that the Davis saga will lead to a “Christian revolution.”
The Kentucky state lawmaker who put Davis in touch with Mat Staver “doesn’t believe Liberty Counsel would advise Davis to fight a battle she is likely to lose simply to advance its own causes or interests.” That is literally laughable.
Linda Harvey says that gay marriage is not based on “real love”: “This is not authentic love. Real love does not relish and exalt sin, as we know from scripture. Real love rejoices in the truth.”
Finally, Todd Starnes and Erick Stakelbeck will host a panel discussion next week on “The 3 Biggest Challenges Facing Christianity: The Rise of Radical Islam, Militant Atheism and Intolerant Homosexuality.”