Christian conservative Linda Harvey on Thursday lashed out against recent court decisions greatly increasing the number of states allowing gay couples to marry.

On Monday, the Supreme Court refused to hear appeals from five states that wish to keep their bans in place. The action affected 11 states over three circuit courts. The following day, bans in Nevada and Idaho tumbled, affecting an additional three states.

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Harvey, the founder of the Columbus, Ohio-based Mission America and a frequent contributor to the conservative website, warned her radio listeners that America has entered “a time of possible civil disobedience.”

“[W]e must not serve the interests of sin and darkness,” she said, adding that “this court's inaction is an act motivated by evil and deception and ultimately will not stand.”

“This is attempted theft of what God has ordained and our Lord will not honor this lawlessness,” Harvey said. “Allowing homosexuality to become normal in America may certainly be part of God’s judgment on our once-Christian nation for our irresponsible sexual practices and for turning our back on what the Lord has taught us. Even so, God will at some point allow the consequences of such defiance to play itself out and that will be a very tragic day indeed for those who have thumbed their noses at the Lord as they celebrate sin.”

Harvey predicted that the court's decision will energize opponents.

“Those of us who know the truth about homosexuality are far from finished, and in fact, God will use this cowardly act by the majority in our high court to bring a new zeal and fervor to the pro-family movement,” she said.