Posted by | November 21, 2010 08:25 | Filed under: Top Stories

The Rev. Cedric Miller of the Living Word Christian Fellowship Church in Neptune, NJ, who told church leaders to either delete their Facebook accounts or resign, testified in a court case that he had a three-way relationship with his wife and a male church assistant. Sometimes, he testified, the assistant’s wife was present, too.

“It has come to my attention that a very painful part of my past has resurfaced,” Miller said in an e-mail response Friday, stating that the same testimony was mailed to his church leaders and other pastors a number of years ago.

“This was resolved at that time and accordingly we will not allow it to detract from our mission at hand to save as many marriages as we can,” Miller wrote.

In April 15, 2003 court testimony, Miller said his wife had an extramarital affair with a church assistant, but that he and the assistant’s wife also participated.

“We would talk and laugh and play and just beyond what was appropriate,” he testified.

Pressed by a defense lawyer to give more detail about what Miller meant by saying “we had crossed the line many times,” the pastor said: “I mean between the four of us. It was just, I mean there was touching, there was … it was crazy, it was as wrong as wrong could get. Yes.”

“Okay, it was sex, correct?” the lawyer asked.

“Yes,” Miller said.

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