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02/17/2005

That church is so Moody

by Jeremy Hooper

 Good As You Images  Html Stories 826 Images LabarberaPeter LaBarbera is a'steamed up over a protest that took place in Chicago this past Saturday, in which a group from the Gay Liberation Network gathered outside of Moody Church for a lil' demonstration.

And why was the crew upset with said church? Well that would be because the pastor, Erwin Lutzer, wrote a charming literary work called "The Truth About Same Sex-Marriage," in which he refers to the unions as "the most damaging social experiment to ever be attempted in this country."

Wow, he's apparently been to way more gay weddings than we have. I mean we got a little tipsy at a few, but "damaging social experiment" is a bit much. The food was really bad at Josh and Steve's, so that was kinda...we're getting sidetracked. Back to Petey...

In regards to Lutzer's book, Pete tells The Agape Press:

"Apparently you cannot criticize even homosexual marriage anymore without being called a hateful bigot."

::sigh:: The good old days. When white Americans were free to shun anyone who was just a little bit different and nobody would say a word. Now they force you to serve two terms.

If you'd like to hear more of Petey holding on to antiquated mentalities, here's the Agape Press link:

Illinois Pro-Family Leader Condemns Intolerant Homosexual Protests [Agape Press]

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