The Law Of God And The Man-Made Law
In a story that would have been unthinkable only one generation ago (probably not even good for a fantasy novel, as too disgustingly and shockingly vulgar) we now have to deal with the consequences of the perverted madness of the last decades, and of what happens when someone sees the light.
In this case there is a lesbian living together with her “partner”. They “adopt” a child, but… no, wait; only one of the lesbians does it, the other is merely the “significant other” (oh, the times we live in…) of the (oh, the times we live in…) “mother”. Therefore, the poor girl was given in adoption to one person, not two. The two lesbians had, though, contracted a so-called “civil marriage”.
In a dramatic turn of event, the “mother” repents of her lesbian lifestyle and leaves the other woman who had – let us say it once again – not adopted the child. I suspect here that a lesbian must be able to be double of a bitch, because the non-mother now asked for, and obtained, a shared custody right for the poor girl. So let us say it once again: the lesbian who did not adopt the child can now share custody rights with the daughter of a (now) fully committed Christian woman.
At this time the matter becomes serious, because the Mennonite community to which the converted ex-lesbian belongs to does not even conceive the possibility the poor girl may be, so to speak, put again into the jaws of the perversion from which she has just come out. Courageously – if illegally – they help mother and daughter to escape to Nicaragua to subtract her daughter to the terrible destiny the “enlightened” judges have prepared for her.
The matter is now an international case with criminal law and civil law ramifications – the lesbian bitch is suing pretty much everyone, it appears – and it is rather interesting because last time I looked Nicaragua was a bit more Catholic than the United States, and the concept of a daughter having to share possibly even half (and certainly too much) of her childhood and adolescence with a lesbian woman hated by her now Christian mother had not been entirely digested yet.
We will see how this pans out. Allow me here to express my admiration for the Mennonite pastor (and others, but particularly him) lucidly putting his freedom at risk in order to help a young girl not to live in the midst of abomination. Put in front of the choice between following God’s law and running the risk of going to jail, or following the law of man and continuous a peaceful life he did not hesitate to choose the former, nor seems the local (Nicaraguan) community less determined. These people may be Protestants as much as you like but boy, they have guts I would personally find beyond my strenght.
Good luck and our prayers to all of them, and of course to the young girl.