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11/13/2006

Oh dear Lord: NC Baptists expected to make gays feel even more unwelcome

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 2-35At this week's state convention, North Carolina Baptists are expected to approve an uber-strict anti-gay policy that would, according to the AP, "forbid churches from ordaining gay clergy, making public statements supporting homosexuality or accepting openly gay churchgoers as members."

Though if that's not enough to keep local gays good and shunned, then there's always Plan B:

Demonize

N.C. Baptists poised to approve strict policy on homosexuality [AP via FayObserver.com]

*UPDATE, 11/14: They did it: NC Baptists Vote To Expel Gay-Friendly Churches [365Gay]

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