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07/13/2011

Video: In which Gary DeMar fully embraces surname's 2nd syllable

by Jeremy Hooper

At the end of the following video, prominent religious right figure Gary DeMar defines his stance as merely having a "contrary position." But first, he says stuff like this:

(:48) "One particular senator had a son who's a homosexual, and I guess his argument was, 'well my son]s a homosexual and he ought to have these protections.' I wonder if the same thing would've been done with some other sort of behavior his son had. Say, 'hey, my son's a drug addict and I'm therefore going to pass a law that says drug addiction is okay and ought to be subsidized by the state. And you can go down the list of certain behaviors and say, 'I'm going to vote for something because my son does this sort of thing.'"
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(2:50) "This idea that somehow the church is going to be excluded from this is nonsense. All you have to do is go to a country like Nazi Germany. During that particular time, the church initially was excluded from these things, but as Nazi power increased in the country, you began to see the political entities of the Nazi regime having an impact on the church, and eventually you saw Christians being persecuted as well as Jews...if we allow this idea that the Bible only peaks to the area of the church and does not speak to the broader culture, I guarantee you over a period time, you are going to see the church being overwhelmed by the power of secularism.

How do we know this is going to happen? because the homosexual community will see to it happening.
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[YT: American Vision]

Gay sons are like drug addicts and marriage equality advocates are historically akin to the Nazi regime? You're right, Mr. DeMar: My position could certainly be defined as contrary, to put it mildly.

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