I have written about Janet Edwards before here, here, and here. This time a new wrinkle. Among the others filing with Rev. Yearsley is Rev. Toby Brown who blogs at Classical Presbyterian. Rev. Brown is from Texas and talks about signing on to the complaint here. His concern is that not only did Rev. Edwards marry two lesbians but apparently one is a Buddhist and allegedly Buddhist elements were used in the service.
LOUISVILLE — The Rev. Janet Edwards, a Presbyterian minister in Pittsburgh, could face new charges for officiating at a same-sex union ceremony even though a complaint against her for performing the nuptials was thrown out by a church court last year.
The Rev. James C. Yearsley, a Presbyterian minister who filed a complaint against Edwards shortly after she married two women in June 2005, is gathering the signatures of Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) ministers and elders who want to join him in pursuing the case.
“I am indeed continuing to pursue the case against Janet,” Yearsley told the Presbyterian News Service Jan. 3. “I’m going to file a new accusation against her. I will not be the only one filing it this time.” (Read More)
Rev. Brown writes that Rev. Edwards is a "rogue minister."
Oh, Janet, dahling, you are such a rogue!
So, there you have it, a rogue marrying lesbian Buddhists in Pittsburgh!