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12/01/2005

World peace too lofty a goal, Indy pastors instead pray for rights proposal's defeat

by Jeremy Hooper

Religious leaders from a dozen African-American churches in the Indianapolis area reportedly gathered in the city's City-Council building yesterday to pray for the defeat of a proposal that would protect gays and lesbians from discrimination.

The Biblical passages with which they used to justify their position can, of course, be found in John'sAssIsRipeForTheKickingIfHe'sAQueer 3:16.

Ministers against gay-rights measure [Indy Star]

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