During the discussion the devout Christian expressed the view that "the Bible and God identify homosexuality as a sin". Retrieved November 17, A Christian postgraduate student has been expelled from his course, same sex marriage in kentucky in Sheffield ending his chances of a career as a social worker, for voicing opposition to gay marriage in a Facebook discussion.
BBC Radio Sheffield. Follow telegraphnews. Felix Ngole said he was lawfully expressing a traditional Christian view.
Email or phone Password Forgotten account? He had said Mrs Davis's position was based on the "Biblical view of same-sex marriage as a sin", said same sex marriage in kentucky in Sheffield was making a "genuine contribution" to an important public debate, and he was "entitled to express his religious views".
On August 26,a three-judge panel of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Judge Bunning's decision, denying Davis' request for an extension of the stay of the ruling. BBC News.
Archived from the original on January 17, He argued that throwing him out breached his human rights. This portion of the case remained in district court, retitled as Love v. Supreme Court declined to hear the matter.
Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and to request a stay pending appeal. Bunning ordering Rowan County clerk Kim Davis to resume issuing marriage licenses to all couples was to go into effect on August 31, or upon a ruling by the 6th Circuit Court. More stories from across South Yorkshire.