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Partisan special interest group tells nation's churches how to think/vote/pray

by Jeremy Hooper

President Obama has directed the Department of Justice to not defend in our civil court system a federal law (DOMA) pertaining to civil marriage. So naturally, Family Research Council staffers are responding the best way they know how: By instructing evangelical Christians to adopt a personally-held faith position that sees gay relationships as sinful in God's eyes, then proceed to reject these relationships in public policy of our supposedly church/state-separated nation.

And how is FRC doing this, you ask? Well, duh: They've diligently created church bulletin inserts, "sermon starters," and powerpoint presentations meant to rally congregants to "save" a nation that is "speeding towards Sodom and hurtling toward Gomorrah."





What fellowship.

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