God Wins In Nebraska Court Nebraska state Sen. Ernie Chambers sought an injunction against God last year for widespread death and destruction. Judge Marlon Polk threw out the suit, saying there's no way to properly notify the defendant. Chambers says he may appeal. He says God is aware of the charges because he is all-knowing.
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God Wins In Nebraska Court

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God Wins In Nebraska Court

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God Wins In Nebraska Court

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Nebraska state Sen. Ernie Chambers sought an injunction against God last year for widespread death and destruction. Judge Marlon Polk threw out the suit, saying there's no way to properly notify the defendant. You can't serve papers on a suspect with no address. Chambers says he may appeal. He says God is aware of the charges because he is all-knowing.