Oath to uphold marriage is personal; Knowles didn’t swear it for anybody else

print By David Tulis The appeal Christians must make to lesser magistrates in times of growing tyranny should include the power of the oath of office. Oathtaking today is much watered down, and “affirmations” are accepted. An affirmation is hardly an oath, because the guarantor for upholding it is the officiant himself. The office taker swears, effectively, on his own name. But often people taking office swear on the holy Bible they will uphold the law, the federal constitution and their state constitution – so help them God. An oath signifies the speaker is aware of an obligation to tell … Continue reading Oath to uphold marriage is personal; Knowles didn’t swear it for anybody else