Rev. Cedric Miller
A New Jersey pastor who barred church officials from using Facebook — saying it can lead to adultery — will take a 90-day sabbatical and return to his post, a church elder announced Sunday.
The New Jersey church pastor who said Facebook can lead to adultery is temporarily stepping down following his admission that he’d engaged in a three-way sexual relationship several years ago.
Rev. Cedric Miller, who said Facebook was a “portal to infidelity,” once testified that he had a three-way sexual relationship with his wife and a male church assistant.
The Rev. Cedric Miller said a large percentage of his marital counseling over the past year and a half has included infidelity stemming from the social-network website.
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