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03/09/2012

Times change; neither Focus on the Family nor gays ever will

by Jeremy Hooper

When you hear Focus on the Family talking about the "newer", "softer, "younger" (BIGGER! FASTER! STRONGER) approach that they've supposedly been taking in the days post-Dobson, don't buy any of it. This is their just-updated list of "homosexuality resources," all of which culminated in scientifically-discredited "ex-gay" "change" groups:

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FULL LIST: Homosexuality Resources [FoTF]

It's likely that in the next month, when the so-called Day of Dialogue ramps up, you'll see Candi Cushman in the media pushing a subdued call for what she calls "true tolerance." It's all cover. Spin. PR. There is no denying that Focus on the Family, at the end of the day, still has an endgame that seeks our "conversion." They just don't say it as matter-of-factly as James Dobson once did.

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