Rowan County clerk’s husband to speak at Nashville pastors rally
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – The husband of Kim Davis – the Kentucky county clerk who went to jail for her refusal to issue marriage licenses – will be part of a Thursday rally in Nashville organized by the Tennessee Pastors Network.
The event takes place at the capitol and promises to address issues like gay marriage, immigration, terrorism, education, health care and religious liberty.
In addition to Joe Davis, the rally will include Rafael Cruz, the father of U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, a Texas Republican and presidential candidate. Also speaking will be Richard Land, who led the Southern Baptist Convention’s public policy arm for 25 years before leaving to become president of Southern Evangelical Seminary.