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05/09/2011

Video: 'The Lord is the author of every breath'...except the ones that say 'I'm gay and okay'

by Jeremy Hooper

MN state representative Steve Simon got all kinds of attention for suggesting that the man upstairs actually enjoys the LGBT tenants who rent rooms on his lower floors. So the Christian Broadcast Network, in its never-ending quest to repudiate benign LGBT placement, once again turns to professional "ex-gay" advocacy for a gay-rejecting soundbite:


[CBN]

And what, God gave us the the near-universal scientific repudiation of "ex-gay" therapy as a way to test us? All part of his plan to allow heterosexuals to simply live as they are, but to force gays to run an intricate obstacle course for his own personal amusement?

Interesting roadmap, that.

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