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07/07/2006

Fun with 'Agape' headlines, Vol. 6

by Jeremy Hooper

From "pro-family" news source Agape Press:

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From this writer, whose mouth is constantly forced agape in disbelief whenever he reads "pro-family" assertions that one can change their sexuality:

If you're simply dying to learn how saying the Bible is gay-friendly is like claiming "War and Peace is a musical comedy," then pay a visit to the Agape story's link (as found below). After all, if one can have a good laugh at the absurdity of it all, then the work of the on-going journalistic Beckett play known as Agape Press is not entirely in vain.

'Walking' Beats 'Talking' in Dealing with Homosexuality, Says Pastor [Agape]

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