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The Lisa Miller Case:Cultural Revolution, Judicial Tyranny and Our National Future Comments

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  1. Leon
    2 years ago

    The Amish-Mennonites who are accused of helping Lisa and her daughter have been living for years as "der stille of der landt"--trying to be the "quiet people of the land". This is an example of how they profess to want to live under the laws of Caesar (Romans 13:1-7 and I Peter 2:13] Submit yourselves to every ordinance of man for the Lord's sake: whether it be to the king, as supreme;
    [14] Or unto governors, as unto them that are sent by him for the punishment of evildoers, and for the praise of them that do well.
    [15] For so is the will of God, that with well doing ye may put to silence the ignorance of foolish men:
    [16] As free, and not using your liberty for a cloke of maliciousness, but as the servants of God.
    [17] Honour all men. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honour the king.
    YET THEY BREAK THE LAW BY IGNORING COURT ORDERS THAT COMPELLED LISA TO SHARE CUSTODY OF HER DAUGHTER!! Lisa is reaping what she sowed by living as a lesbian for a time, and unfortuneately the child is suffering--as most do during any divorce! So why are these supposedly concerned Mennonites not protesting the divorce laws, the abortion laws, other moral issues? They have given in to the urge to live under the radar, by being quiet while others suffer, but instead of working through government for change, they simply help Lisa become a fugitive. Now this may work for change in the long run, if they consistently help everyone similiarly situated, and get prosecuted consistently, because eventually jurors could refuse to convict and thereby NOT enforce the law and nullify it. But what is more likely to happen is that they will be sued civilly and end up not being able to help others in the future nor will they have rebuked the government for it's evil support of the homosexual movement, any more than the Amish-Mennonites have tried to change divorce laws, which encourage adultery, as Jesus said in Luke 16:18 that anybody who marries a divorced person commits adultery--this is because marriage lasts for life, and man is not to put asunder that which God has recognized as being joined together for life. Repent, all you professing, lukewarm hypocritical Christians who are in love with the World and the easy, quiet lifestyle!! May God add his blessing, Leon Moyer, Alamosa, Co. email:

  2. JeanCatherine
    5 years ago

    curtis or anyone else thanks

    Before you say were out of our minds perhaps you should check out this sight:


    Courage Apostolate


  3. Really?
    5 years ago

    Interesting that you only post the pro lisa miller comments....

  4. Win
    5 years ago

    Lisa Miller is a fugitive - and the poor child has been abducted plain and simple.

  5. curtis
    5 years ago

    you people are out of your minds

  6. Edward.Fullerton
    5 years ago

    I reiterate my words of the other day,yoursin, Michael,Anthony.

  7. Jack Gordon
    5 years ago

    Marlene: What are you drinking? The persecution of Catholics in the past can be compared with the distaste many of us feel for sexually deranged individuals who are attempting to turn Western Civilization on its head? Please, don't try to make us laugh with such nonsense. It's simply not very funny.

  8. JeanCatherine
    5 years ago


    Are you implying that the Catholic Church is an oppressor?

    Peace and Im not here to get into a fight with you just wanted to know if you have looked at these sights:

    Courage Apostolate and Encourage


    I dont see oppression here only help.

  9. Marlene
    5 years ago

    One last thing -- the *only* judicial "tyranny" is in the eyes of the oppressor!

    Deacon, I'd first go look back in history when Catholics were oppressed in the US during its early years.

    Then I'd go looking at those court victories which gave Catholics equal footing when it came to busing in education and other arenas and the reaction of the oppressors who fought against it.

    One person's "judicial tyranny" is another person's validation they have *equal* rights in this country under our *secular* Constitution!

  10. Marlene
    5 years ago

    Doug -- If Ms Jenkins is such a threat, then why does she have a *licensed* daycare in her home, and why dies she volunteer for her local AA *and* help other women in crisis?

    The judge in Vermont sleeps very well, tyvm because he did the right thing.

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