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2008-09-13
Russell D. Moore
Should a Minister Officiate at the Weddings of Unbelievers?
A minister is not an agent of the state. He is not a civil servant. A minister performs a wedding ceremony only because he represents the church, as one called out to the teaching office in the church, with the church gathered as witnesses to the vows being made.

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