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NC Baptists remind us how much they don't care for homosexuals

by Jeremy Hooper

The Baptist State Convetion of North Carolina has approved a measure that calls for the exclusion of churches who "knowingly act to affirm, approve, endorse, promote, support or bless homosexual behavior." Which of course will ensure that yet another generation of homosexual kids raised in the North Carolina Baptist Church will be taught to feel really shitty about themselves. You should be nothing short of proud, NC Baptists.

In order for this sad policy to take effect, the measure must be again approved at November's BSC annual meeting. In the meantime, we hear they'll simply talk about and scoff at the gay-friendly churches from high atop their moral pedestals.

Motion to exclude gay-affirming churches moves forward [Baptist Recorder]

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