A Michigan sodomite who, falsely proclaimed that a Church in the area was pro-sodomite, has now been sued for his violation of the 9th Commandment.
Attorneys for Jenison Bible Church claim that Daniel Vanderley did not have permission to put the church's name on a sign that was used at a June 2015 demonstration outside an event featuring the anti-gay owner of the Dieseltec auto body shop. In the context of the pro-gay demonstration outside the event, the sign intentionally distorted the church's belief about same-sex marriage, according to a lawsuit filed Monday, May 2, in Kent County Circuit Court.
The suit states that the church's ministry was harmed because the sign suggested the church is "opposed to the biblical definition of marriage and in favor of 'same-sex marriage.'" The complaint seeks a public apology from Vanderley.
"Jenison Bible Church, and any other church for that matter, has the right to teach and hold fast to its Biblical beliefs and teaching and to defend against having those beliefs intentionally and falsely misrepresented to the public," said Jim Wierenga, an attorney for the church.
"Vanderley tried to bully Jenison Bible Church, and other local churches, by threatening that, if they did not hold a sign conveying that their church believes in so-called 'same sex marriage,' that he would make sure that someone of his choosing held such a sign and misrepresented the church's position to the media and the public at large. Vanderley knew that he did not have Jenison Bible's permission to associate the church with his message. Yet he did so anyway."
This suit comes nearly one year after DieselTec owner Brian Klawiter took a stand in his community and said he would not serve open sodomites. That resulted in his place of business being vandalized by pro-sodomites.
However, though Klawiter was opposed by many in the community who hate God and the Laws of our Republic, which are based upon the Law of God, he won the day when he held an event featuring Bradlee Dean and Dave Daubenmire.
Klawiter was hit with $3,000 in extra security, which was later rescinded due to a letter from Liberty Counsel.
This is what is needed in our day. People can complain all that they want, but until they stand and bring the fight to the lawless, their complaints are nothing more than empty noise. Mr. Vanderley is about to find out just how much the law is against him and just how much God stands in opposition to him and his reprobate and depraved behavior.
As Bradlee Dean has said, "Justice is the Guardian of Liberty." America, if you will not bring justice against the lawless, you will not sustain your liberty!Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.