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To stop DE civil unions, ADF contacts top client: Their own gay-excluding vision of God

by Jeremy Hooper

The Delaware House is on the cusp of joining their friends in the Senate and passing a civil unions bill, possibly as soon as today or tomorrow. So naturally the anti-LGBT Alliance Defense Fund is stepping in to stop the benign forward movement in the best way they know how: By rallying the state pastors who will in no way be affected by the legislation.

Check out this letter that ADF attorneys sent to an undisclosed group of DE faith leaders:


No word as to whether LGBT activists will in any way retaliate by forcing the church to do anything in terms of performing, solemnizing, or recognizing the gay relationships within their own pews. Though our track record is pretty damn good.

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