'10 Commandments' Judge Roy Moore Says Pro-Homosexual Maryland Judge Trying to Wipe Out God's Definition of Man/Woman Only Marriage
Contact: John Lofton, 410-760-8885, 301-873-4612 cell; JLof@aol.com.
MEDIA ADVISORY, May 22 /Christian Newswire/ -- Judges like Baltimore Circuit Court Judge M. Brooke Murdock are "trying to wipe out the definition of marriage which is an ordinance of God. And that's what this whole thing is about," according to the "10 Commandments" Judge Roy S. Moore, former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. Murdock has ruled in favor of homosexual "marriage." Moore made his remarks in an interview on "The American View" radio show (TheAmericanView.com) co-hosted by Michael Anthony Peroutka, the Constitution Party's 2004 Presidential candidate, and John Lofton, a self-described "Recovering Republican."
Alluding to the first chapter of the book of Romans, Moore said "people like [Murdock], thinking themselves wise, have become fools. Such people think they are smart and they're not smart at all. They're simply ruled by their own feelings." He said Murdock's ruling "is typical of judges that use words that don't have any meaning except what they want them to mean."
Moore said we have marriage because of "a Biblical principle and it's between a man and a woman. And if we start saying it can be between two men or two women then why can't it be between a man and a horse or between five men?"
Moore also said judges "must recognize that rights come from God….Without that you have no basis for your oath to the Constitution. That God gives rights, not man, is the fundamental principle on which this country is based."
Roy Moore will be coming to Maryland in early July to speak to pastors and church members who he says have been deceived regarding the true meaning of "separation of Church and State." He says: "Preachers haven't done their duty because they just don't understand it's not proper to separate God from government or God from law." God is sovereign over government, he said.
For details on the Moore visit and how to attend, go to: www.iotconline.com/IOTC-NewSite/events07/events_07-07GodConf.html; or Google "Institute On The Constitution"; or call 1-866-730-9796.
For press/media interested in interviewing Roy Moore, or covering any of the events while he is here, contact: John Lofton, work: 410-760-8885; cell: 301-873-4612; email JLof@aol.com. Exclusive one-on-one interviews with Judge Moore can be arranged.