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09/12/2011

How Minnesota For Marriage's new spokesman views inclusive faith

by Jeremy Hooper

Chuck Darrell was just appointed as Communications Director of the so-called Minnesota For Marriage coalition. And here is how that same Chuck Darrell views churches that support LGBT people and their rights:

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[Chuck Darrell's Twitter]

"Sola Scriptur[a]" = Scripture alone contains all authoritative knowledge necessary for the Christian faith and practice.

"Apostasy" = Abandonment/repudiation of religious beliefs.

So this is what the man who'll speak for the campaign against *CIVIL* marriage equality believes: That those who see LGBT people as fit planetary beings capable of serving in a faith capacity are standing in rejection of the unquestionably authoritative Bible? Well okay, great -- we'll all be sure to remember that when we read his inevitable press releases about "religious freedom" and those who are supposedly standing against it!

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