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King James was NOT a sodomite:

Basically, the first accusations of him being a sodomite were not brought out until 25 years after his death, and by an enemy of his, no less.
To all those who wish to continue spreading this evil lie, why don't you actually look at the history of the matter?
If you actually want to know the truth about King James, and not the fabrications made by sodomites, check out the following information:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHDiV4…; (start at 6:28)
www.amazon.com/James-Scotland-…
However, if you'e too lazy to actually research the matter, then you have no right to be upset if people start spreading lies about you.


Those who claim he was a sodomite are guilty of horrific slander; slander against a king.
And not just a king, but a Christian of upstanding moral character.


1 Peter 2:17
"Honour all men. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honour the king."


Just a few quotes from King James himself:

"There are some horrible crimes that ye are bound in conscience never to forgive: such as witchcraft, willful murder, incest, and sodomy"

"But especially eschew to be effeminate in your clothes, in perfuming, preining, or such like, and make not a fool of yourself in disguising or wearing long your hair or nails, which are but excretements of nature"

King James wrote to his wife Queen Anne: "I thank God I carry that love and respect unto you which by the law of God and nature, I ought to do to my wife and mother of my children...for the respect of your honorable birth and decent I married you but the love and respect I now bear you for that ye are my married wife and so partaker of my honor...God as my witness ever I preferred you to all my bairns much more than any subject (signed) Your Own, James Rex."

"Holiness being the first and most requisite quality of a Christian (as proceeding from true fear and knowledge of God)"

"When ye are Married, keep inviolably your promise made to God in your Marriage; which standeth all in doing of one thing, and abstaining from another: to treat her in all things as your wife, and the half of yourself; and to make your body (which then is no more yours but properly hers) common with none other. I trust I need not to insist here to dissuade you from filthy vice of adultery: remember only what solemn promise ye make to God at your marriage..."

"Hear God commanding by the mouth of Paul to abstain from fornication, declaring that the fornicator shall not inherit the kingdom of heaven: and by the mouth of John, reckoning out fornication among other grievous sins, that declares the commiters amongst dogs and swine..."

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