Sunday, December 15, 2013

You might want to get your theological ducks in a row, if you know what I’m saying, as fast as possible since The Next Stage will be here a whole lot faster than you think:

A U.S. District Court judge has sided with the polgyamous Brown family, ruling that key parts of Utah’s polygamy laws are unconstitutional.

Judge Clark Waddoups’ 91-page ruling, issued Friday, sets a new legal precedent in Utah, effectively decriminalizing polygamy. It is the latest development in a lawsuit filed by the family of Kody Brown, who became famous while starring in cable TV channel TLC’s reality series “Sister Wives.”  The show entered a fourth season at the end of the summer.

I guess you can try that old “the spirit is doing a new thing/I have many things to say to you but you cannot bear them now” line but I think everyone has figured that scam out.  And I don’t think anyone’s going to buy “the Gospel writers didn’t know about life-long, committed three-ways” dodge considering what Jesus Himself said about marriage.

But give it your best shot.

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