You know how Rev. Cedric Miller demanded that members of his staff get off of Facebook so they could avoid temptation from people who were not their spouses?
Then, you know how you heard he had threesomes with his wife and a male assistant in his church?
It turns out it was a bit kinkier than that:
… over the weekend Rev Miller’s local newspaper disclosed that he “didn’t need Facebook to be part of an extramarital affair”.
It found transcripts from a criminal trial against the church assistant in 2003, in which details emerged of what Rev Miller has since called “a very painful part of my past”.
In the case, which was eventually dismissed, he testified that his wife, Kim, had an affair with the assistant, and that he and the man’s wife were often present at their meetings.
“I mean between the four of us,” Rev Miller said. “It was just, I mean there was touching … it was crazy, it was as wrong as wrong could get.”
Asked by a lawyer whether he was talking about “sex”, Rev Miller replied: “Yes”. He described their behaviour as “beyond what was appropriate”.
Rev Miller told the court that the meetings between the couples often took place after Thursday Bible study sessions and after church services on Sundays.
You know, I don’t care about what the guy does in his own sex life. It sounds like the pastor’s orgy was consensual. But tell me again why he has a right to counsel others regarding how to keep their marriage Biblically sound?
Unless there’s some amazing section in the Bible that no one ever told me about…
The J-Walk Blog knows what will happen now:
… I’m sure they’ve prayed over it, and everything is fine now. Forgiveness… that’s what’s great about religious leaders. They can always make a come-back by quoting the Bible, and everyone thinks they’re even holier than they used to be.