Watch Christian Woman In Kentucky Refuse To Give Marriage Licenses To Homosexuals Even Though The Federal Court Is Forcing Her To Give Them. She Says That By God’s Authority She Will Not Submit

By Theodore Shoebat

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The Christian woman in Rowan County in Kentucky is still resisting the homosexual agenda. She is still refusing to issue marriage licenses, and says that by God’s authority, she will not submit or give in to this evil. Here is the footage of her refusal, alongside my own commentary.

The sodomites want to use the Supreme Court and higher court to remove her, but this will be very difficult. According to a recent report:

Removing defiant Kentucky clerk Kim Davis from her position isn’t an easy prospect.

Davis — the Rowan County official who said she feels empowered by “God’s authority” to defy the U.S. Supreme Court and deny marriage licenses to same-sex couples — was elected to the position last November.

And, under Kentucky’s constitution, elected officials can only be removed by impeachment, which takes a vote of the state legislature.

At this point, that appears unlikely. Davis has also said she will not resign.

“It is a Heaven or Hell decision,” Davis said in a statement. “To me this has never been a gay or lesbian issue. It is about marriage and God’s word.”

The Supreme Court refused to intervene on Monday, and left in place a federal judge’s ruling ordering Davis to continue issuing marriage licenses as she pursue the matter in court. It was the first legal skirmish to reach the Supreme Court since it declared on June 26 that the Constitution guarantees gay couples the right to get married.

These sodomites are acting like the Jews when they tried to force, with legality, the Christians to stop saying the name of Christ. St. Peter told them, “We ought to obey God rather than men.” (Acts 2:29) This is the creed of the militant, and the by which we resist the prince of this world, that is, Satan. With God on our side, we shall prevail.

Today, many love to say that if people are indulging in what they want to do, “and as long as they are not hurting anyone and doing it in the privacy of their own homes,” then they are completely fine with it, no matter how evil or deviant. This is especially true when it comes to any debate over homosexuality, or disordered beliefs. They hold that no law should be made against the acts, even though they are a danger to society, because they consider it a private pleasure.

Many claiming Christians will express their support for the sodomites, and they many times will bring up the “love of Christ” to vindicate their support for them. Let us remind such people that no where in Scripture is evil tolerated simply because it does not physically or directly harm someone, or because it is private. In fact, Christianity is so much against allowing private deviancy, that it says that those who “approve of those who practice them” are “worthy of death” (Romans 1:32).

This means that opinions expressed in favor for homosexuality and other deviancies (such as cannibalism), are worthy of capital punishment. This purely illustrates that Christianity is so much against the license to do evil — even if it is done in private — that it prohibits any approval of it.  For those who disapprove, let them read the words of St. Isidore where he said that law “is composed of no private advantage, but for the common benefit of the citizens.” (Isidore, Etymologiae, 5.21, in Aquinas, Summa Theologiae, Ia IIae 90, article 2) Let them read St. Thomas where he says that “Law must therefore attend especially to the ordering of things toward blessedness.” (Aquinas,  Summa Theologiae, Ia IIae 90, article 2) 

St. Isidore

St. Isidore

Does homosexuality bring blessedness, does the tolerance of such a deviant act bring any blessed fruition to a people? Does it honor the sacrament of marriage from which children, “a blessing and a gift from the Lord” (Psalm 127:3), come to this world? St. Thomas also says that “every law is directed to the common good.” (Aquinas,  Summa Theologiae, Ia IIae 90, article 2)

What good has ever come from the act of homosexuality? No offspring, no sacrament, nothing. St. Thomas also says that the natural affections between man and woman “is directed to a common good: namely, to the preservation of nature in the species or in the individual.” (Aquinas, Summa Theologiae, Ia IIae, 92, article 6)

And later this same Doctor of the Church affirms that “sexual intercourse between men is especially said to be a vice against nature.” (Aquinas, Summa Theologiae, Ia IIae 94, article 3)

And so the natural affections are to be upheld, protected, and honored by the state, and anything that comes against it, let it be uprooted and cut off like cancer, for such is against the common good. Let the woman who “exchanged the natural use for what is against nature” and the man who left “the natural use of the woman,” (Romans 1:26-27) “be put to death.” (Leviticus 20:13)  

St. Paul, pillar of the Faith

St. Paul

Homosexuality needs to be treated as sedition against the people. What is a people? A people, as St. Augustine defines one, is not to mean “any indiscriminate multitude, but an assembly of those united by agreement as to what is right and by a common interest.” Therefore, sedition is not just against the government itself, but against the collective and common morals and precepts by which a community is united. As St. Thomas says, “sedition is opposed to justice and the common good.” (Aquinas, Summa Theologiae, IIa IIae 64, article 2)

Since homosexuality is against the sacrament of marriage, which is the building block of society, then it is against the common good, and the very Faith of our civilization, and thus is an enemy to the Christian people and should be treated as sedition. Let the heretics who believe in such license read where St. Paul refers to these sodomites as “deserving of death,” and also those who “approve of those who practice them” (Romans 1:32), and let them dare say that homosexuality should be allowed in a Christian society. The first principle of law is that good must be rewarded and strived for, and evil punished, (Aquinas, Summa Theologiae, Ia IIae, 94, article 2) and this is why we say with St. Peter that rulers are sent by God “for the punishment of evildoers and for the praise of those who do good.” (1 Peter 2:14)

It is the job of the ruler to cut off those who are a danger to the spiritual and moral health of the community, (See Aquinas, Summa Theologiae, IIa IIae 64, article 3) and to help bring that community to good behavior. How can good behavior be expected when the state allows the people to believe and practice whatever demonic ideology they want to follow? Anarchy only leads to more anarchy; rebellion to more rebellion. So only violence, disorder and perversion can come out as a result of absolute freedom of religion. This is why we need laws against cults and other insidious organizations, and most certainly they must apply to the sodomites, the godless and all of the promoters of prevision. Vitoria, who stands amongst the most learned of theologians and one of the fathers of international law, said:

princes have enacted laws concerning moral goodness, such as prohibiting blasphemy, sodomy, and so on; laws must concern moral actions, or these would be invalid. (Vitora, On Law, ST I-II. 92, article 1, 122b)

Thomas Aquinas, great mind of Christendom

Thomas Aquinas, great mind of Christendom

To those who object to intolerance against homosexuality, or any grave evil, we repeat the words of Solomon, “He who justifies the wicked, and he who condemns the just, both of them alike are an abomination to the Lord.” (Proverbs 17:15) 

The inculcation of the homosexual ideology is due to the weakness of churches. In ancient Israel, when low class priests reigned, sodomites were also given leeway to conduct their evils and further degenerate society. For after Jeroboam made “of the lowest of the people priests of the high places” (13:33), “there were also sodomites in the land: and they did according to all the abominations of the nations which the Lord cast out before the children of Israel.” (14:24) 

This is why the sodomites must be rooted out, for such is what God commands, and failure to do so leads only to spiritual, and then ultimately, to societal anarchy. This command was obeyed by Asa who, doing right for God, rooted out the sodomites:

And Asa did that which was right in the eyes of the Lord, as did David his father. And he took away the sodomites out of the land, and removed all the idols that his fathers had made. (1 Kings 15:11-12) 

King Asa destroying the idols

King Asa destroying the idols

The societal anarchy that comes from toleration toward homosexuality is illustrated by the modern advocates of “consensual cannibalism,” or the diabolical idea that says that cannibalism is permissible as long as the one getting eaten is being eaten willfully. For all of the advocates for this heathen practice are atheists, occultists, and promoters of homosexuality. In other words, if a society can accept the demonic actions of the sodomites under the pretense of “privacy” and “individual freedom,” then it can just as easily permit the consumption of human flesh under the guise of “privacy” and individual freedom.” But the uprooting of the homosexuals will only happen once the Church is restored to its rightful place.  


God’s law should be the only acceptable system for society, because it is the only system that promotes the natural order by which a healthy civilization flourishes. Christianity teaches that marriage must be between man and woman, and anything contrary to this must be uprooted because it is a hinderance to the natural order.   

Since a part (and the order of a part) stands in relation to the whole, then the order of marriage stands in relationship to the rest of civilization. Marriage’s end is orderly and fruitful reproduction of humankind, without which there is no civilization.

With this said, homosexuals (or sodomites) cannot be considered as a part of civilized life, because their activity is not in relation to the whole of civilization, but a willful declaration of war against it, a willful hinderance to the order that perpetuates civilization, a contumacious attempt to destroy the very means by which humankind exists. Since what is good for the part is good for the whole of civilization, sodomites cannot be esteemed as part of it, for they are not beneficial to the part nor the whole.

If everyone were a sodomite, we would cease to be a civilization, but a mere aggregate that leads to a transient existence that ends in the inevitable death of itself. Men die, but because of procreation, civilization lives on. Therefore, homosexuals cannot be a part of civilization.  

St. Augustine

St. Augustine


There are those who argue that homosexuality is not harmful. But, before making such a rash conclusion, we must first observe the process by which an action is determined to be dangerous or not. The way we determine if something is harmful or evil is to consider the result of it being commonly accepted or participated in by everybody. Once we make this observation, then we can determine whether an act is worthy of toleration or punishment. A dangerous act committed by even one person must be punished so as to prevent the crime from being collectively acceptable. As Vitoria articulates: 

we must instead consider what would happen if it were done commonly, by all or by many. For instance, if the export of money outside the kingdom is prohibited, then anyone who smuggles out money commits a mortal crime, because although a single infringement is of little damage to the commonwealth, if it were to become general the kingdom would be wasted away; therefore the law obliges all on pain of death. Similarly, one case of fornication does little harm, but general fornication would do great damage, and therefore this too is a mortal crime on every occasion. (Vitoria, On Civil Power, question 3, article 2)

Vitoria, one of the thinkers in Christian thought

Vitoria, one of the thinkers in Christian thought

The reason why homosexuality, and even infanticide, have become so dangerously common, is because we have refused to see it as a crime. “A little homosexuality here, and some abortions there, or some drug usage, will not hurt you.” This is what the moderns say, and this sophist way of talking has efficiently deceived many (and we can thank the obsession with free speech for that).

Notice how people frequently say that such and such a perversion is not done by everyone. They use the minority participation in a crime to somehow make the warning against it benign. A small step is a great fall, and a little leaven spoils the whole batch; if we allow such wickedness to be done in incriminates, then they will soon be done in great numbers. Crush the eggs of the baby serpents before they hatch. The sodomite, the atheist, the fanatic feminist, the Muslim — all such must be deemed as criminals and enemies to civilization, for they war against the Faith, promote death and hate life.

They should be told to leave their wicked ways under coercion, and if that does not work, then death and strong suppression is the only solution. We cannot allow someone the freedom to do evil, for this will only increase the presence of darkness in the society, and it will become an internal enemy. As Augustine once said:

When we take away from someone the freedom to do wrong, it is beneficial for him that he should be vanquished, for nothing is more unfortunate than the happiness of sinners, when impunity nourishes guilt and an evil will arise like an enemy within. (Augustine, letter 138:2, in Aquinas, Summa Theologiae IIa IIae 40, article 1)

We have to prepare our minds and intellect for this spiritual war that we are in. This is why I made a 2-disk DVD series on teaching the warring spirit of the Christian Faith.