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Response doesn't address my issue

The quotation doesn't address my issue. Perhaps I didn't make my concern obvious enough. I will attempt to clarify my concern.

In essence, your previous post accused the defendant of lying. If she took the oath prior to the passage of the law requiring the clerk to approve same-sex marriages, the accusation of lying is null and void. At that time, she believed she could fulfill all requirements of the law. On the other hand, if that law was in place prior to the day she took the oath of office, your point about lying may be considered valid. Of course, at this time she will need to make that decision as to whether she can in pure conscience continue to hold the job that requires her to approve what she considers sin.

Dave S.
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2 Tim. 3:16--All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable
for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness.




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