The fun continues! All the usual suspects were flipping out on Twitter, Facebook and elsewhere over the Supreme Court’s marriage equality rulings. Here’s a tweet from Matt Barber of Liberty Counsel invoking an entirely mythological being from the Bible.
We have arrived–> “As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.” Matthew 24:37
There were no “days of Noah,” of course. But if this is true, shouldn’t Barber be thrilled? It hearkens the return of Jesus! Shouldn’t that be a good thing to Christians? And where does this idea that there was same-sex marriage in the days of Noah come from? The Bible says nothing about this at all. It seems to be invented out of thin air.
Make no mistake: God is not mocked. He is sovereign & marriage His creation. Sodomy-based “marriage” is as abominable as the sin it requires
I mock God all the time, or the idea of God (since that’s all God is, an idea). He’s had no response so far.
He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly. Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus.” Rev. 22:20
Yeah, that was 2000 years ago. Either this is using a weird definition of “quickly” or it was just plain wrong.
Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel:
“Today, the United States Supreme Court has lost its legitimacy as an arbiter of the Constitution and the rule of law. Today is the death of the Court’s legacy, because the decision in the Federal Defense of Marriage Act case defies logic and is a pure invention of a handful of Justices.”
Again? That’s the same thing they say after any ruling they disagree with. Whenever they disagree with a ruling, that ruling “delegitimizes” the court. Except, of course, it doesn’t. The Supreme Court gets some cases right and some cases wrong. That is inevitable.