From the press release:
Join Alabamians from across the state with your family, friends and signs at the State Capitol this Saturday morning, February 7, from 10:00 to 11:00 am CST. We will stand with our leaders and the laws of the State of Alabama for the sanctity of marriage as defined by God – union between a man and a woman. “In the beginning, God made them male and female. Therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and hold fast to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh. So they are no longer two but one flesh. What therefore God has joined together, let not man separate.” (Mark 10:7-9) We can plead for God’s mercy on Alabama. We can speak up for what is right. We can uphold God’s Word. We can love homosexual Alabamians enough to tell them the truth. And, this Saturday we can rally together on the steps of the Capitol with families from across Alabama to publically stand for God’s definition of marriage, confess that “Jesus Christ is Lord”, encourage our leaders and proclaim a message of truth and hope in Alabama. Colonel John Eidsmoe, Senior Counsel for the Foundation of Moral Law will be speaking. We hope for media coverage.
Some history on John Eidsmoe: In October 2014 he filed a SCOTUS brief on behalf of an Alabama woman seeking to block her son-in-law from inheriting his dead husband’s estate. In 2011 Eidsmoe called for Congress to have “ex-gay” torture provided to the US military. That same year he declared that gay service members will molest children. He has also said that all women must submit to their husbands and that the United States must impose biblical laws
and punishments or else the nation is doomed. Eidsmoe, not
incidentally, was Michele Bachmann’s professor at Oral Roberts
University. It will be interesting to see if Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore shows up at the rally.
NOTE: If any JMG readers in Montgomery attend this event, please send us your photos and video.