David Brody, who masquerades as a journalist for the 700 Club, has an amusing column at the CBN website about the Supreme Court’s marriage rulings declaring those rulings irrelevant because God is a “majority of one” and has the final say:
There are two things that have not changed despite the fact that the Supreme Court ruled DOMA unconstitutional: First of all, in their 5-4 opinion, the SUPCO Justices did not declare Gay Marriage legal in America and secondly, the biblical definition of marriage is still the same. Put another way, Anthony Kennedy and his cohorts may have decided that DOMA is unconstitutional and no longer the law of the land but by a 1-0 margin God decided a long time ago that traditional marriage is the law of the World. God wins. Remember, God, not Anthony Kennedy wrote the ultimate “Majority Opinion.” See Genesis 1:27-31,Matthew 19:4-6, Leviticus 18:22, Romans 1:26-27 and 1 Corinthian 6:9-10 (Just for starters).
So why didn’t he intervene to prevent this from happening? And don’t tell me that he can’t change the free will of the justices because if that’s the case, why were millions of Christians praying for him to do exactly that? I’m having fun seeing all the coping mechanisms being invented by the bigots to soothe their trembling psyches. They pray and pray and pray but those prayers aren’t answered and it never occurs to them to ask why that is. Does God not exist? Does he not care? Does he actually agree with the other side? These are all valid questions, all of which are casually dismissed with “God works in mysterious ways.” Which is funny because those same people never seem to have any problem claiming to understand those mysterious ways any other time.