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04/05/2011

Parroting junk science: A preview of things to come

by Jeremy Hooper

In his 2000 book, Helping the Struggling Adolescent : A Guide to Thirty-six Common Problems for Counselors, Pastors and Youth Workers, Les Parrot was sure to include a chapter on homosexuality. Here's some of the advice he gave on the subject:

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So why bring it up now? Here? In 2011?

Stay tuned. We're SHAPEing a WINning post for later this afternoon (and we won't CHICKen out).

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*UPDATE: Okay, here's why it matters: Video: Chick-Fil-A-->WinShape-->LoveisHere.com-->Marriage experts who stand against our own [G-A-Y]

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