Ruling Untruthful

The Federal Supreme Court Ruling June 26, 2015, making same-sex unions legal marriage is untruthful, because—Truth Does Not Change. Truth is the same yesterday, today, and forever. Marriage has been defined from the beginning as between a man and a woman. Same-sex unions have been illegal for thousands of years, since the commands of law. If truth can change, it’s lie—it’s false!

The Supreme Court cannot logically change definitions, from same-sex unions being “a crime against nature” since America’s founding, to being legal marriage. When the Court can change Natural Law’s wrong to right, they lose all credibility of being a court of law. They also violated the very essence of law—for the public good, and justice—conformity to our Creator’s Laws, which cause everything to work properly. Obviously, the Court has abandoned America’s foundation for law: “the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God,” which are defined in our Founders Law Book—Blackstone’s Commentaries, Book I, Section 2, as the Bible’s Holy Scriptures, for their political will.

The Court also violated the moral will of the people, and the principle of: just government is by the consent of the governed. Who wants this shameful sanctioning of immorality forced on our children, forced in the marketplace to keep a business or a job, and forced on our churches?

It is the error of judicial positivism and State absolutism, which positions the Federal Court above our Creator’s moral laws, which is frightening. How can there be trust, security and justice in a political court?

Justice Green said in 1831: “There are eternal principles of justice which no government has a right to disregard. It does not follow, therefore, because there may be no restrictions in the Constitution prohibiting a particular act of the legislature, that such act is therefore constitutional. Some acts, although not expressly forbidden, may be against the plain obvious dictates of reason.” Chief Justice Chase declared in 1866: “There are, undoubtedly, fundamental principles of morality and justice which no legislature [or any branch of government] is at liberty to disregard.”

President Harry S. Truman, February 15, 1950, stated: “The fundamental basis of this Nation’s laws was given to Moses on the Mount.The fundamental basis of our Bill of Rights comes from the teachings we get from Exodus and St. Matthew, from Isaiah and St. Paul. I don’t think we emphasize that enough these days. If we don’t have a proper fundamental moral background we will finally end up with a totalitarian government which does not believe in rights for anybody except the state.”

Is untruthful—false law, lawful? – Who will respond?

E.A. Timm,Walnut Cove

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