New Jersey’s the Rev. Cedric Miller has been on a crusade against Facebook because, like letting homosexuals marry, it threatens the institution of traditional marriage. On Sunday he spent part of his fifty-minute sermon railing against the social network. Mr. Miller, a pastor at Living Word Christian Fellowship, did not tell his congregation that he and his wife Kim engaged in threeways with a male church staffer after Bible class, and sometimes fourways with the staffer’s wife, though he did tell a court about the group sex action during a 2003 criminal complaint involving the staffer. He’s offered to resign.