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Originally Posted October 3, 2016
by Robert Baty
September 24, 2016
Somewhere in Conecuh County near Lenox, AL, off Pearl Lane
(Kent has removed the above-referenced video.)
“And now by the virtue and the authority invested in me as a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ our Lord, the pastor of his precious church, in the presence of God and these assembled witnesses, I pronounce you (Kent Hovind and Mary Tocco) husband and wife.”
Eric Philpot – Texas Baptist Preacher
Kent will be awarded bonus points for settling on a common law marriage consistent with his anti-government, sovereign citizen theology.
If a government license should ultimately show up, the points will be taken away from him.
The language used for Kent’s wedding might be compared to a State sanctioned wedding that sounds something like this:
“Having made your promises before this community you enter into the next steps your adventure together.
By the power vested in me by the state of Alabama, I now pronounce you partners in Life.
You may kiss one another.”
Update February 2, 2020
Here’s a link to a recent common law wedding conducted by Kent Hovind:
The above referenced video has been removed!