Pastor Cedric Miller, Who Banned Facebook, Admits To 3-Way Affair

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NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP, N.J. — A New Jersey pastor who believes Facebook leads to infidelity has offered to step down over a past affair that involved a three-way sexual relationship with his wife and a male church assistant.

Pastor Cedric Miller spoke to his flock at Living Word Christian Fellowship Church in Neptune Township for about an hour on Sunday.

His sermon came days after the Asbury Park Press reported the 48-year-old testified in 2003 that he had a threesome with his wife and the male assistant 10 years ago.

Miller apologized for what he said was a foolish transgression from his past. He offered to step down as senior minister if church leaders found him unfit to serve.

The pastor is calling on church leaders to delete their Facebook accounts, claiming the social network site could lead to infidelity.

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Information from: Asbury Park Press.

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