I will vote "Yes" on Nov. 2 on the Kentucky gay-marriage amendment. It is important for the morals and values of this nation that the amendment passes.
God's word is clear on the issue of homosexuality. Man cannot in his arrogance make himself feel better about his sin by challenging God's word. You will not stand before God and argue that case to him. He expects us as Christians to spread his word and lead those astray back to him. Homosexuals walk in darkness. We must be their light, not their judge. Passing this amendment is the first step in leading them back. It is our command to stand up for God's word, and, my friends, this is God's word.
Do not test or mock God. God may not rain down fire or brimstone, but he can show us his displeasure with us in many ways. As I watch tornados, earthquakes, hurricanes, typhoons, floods, mudslides and three volcanos erupting at the same time, I wonder if God is not already showing us that we are, as Moses' people did, corrupting ourselves, even though we know the word. We have no excuse; we know the word.