RECENT  POSTS:  » Read: Viciously anti-LGBT activist Peter LaBarbera justifies lifting my wedding photo to 'express moral disapproval' » 'Public Discourse' writer introduces me to some guy named 'Jeremy Hooper,' who seems like a real ass » NOM vows to keep destroying the Republican party through spiteful campaigns » FRC: Christians must vote to stop same-sex marriage, 'other evils' » Religious freedom, American Family Association style: 'We should treat Islam like the Ebola virus' » Pro-discrimination activists continue to use one woman's one-sided spite against ex-husband to attack marriage equality » Audio: Tony Perkins minimizes actual religious persecution; pretends he and anti-gay pals face 'deadly consequences' » Ryan Anderson, Mark Regnerus, Rick Warren, other inequality advocates urge Pope to 'commit to marriage' » GLAAD: Are some anti-LGBT activists missing a self-awareness gene? » FRC faults Dems for broken, obstructionist Congress while advocating for broken, obstructionist Congress  

« Go back a post || Return to G-A-Y homepage || Haul tail to next post »

05/04/2012

Audio: #Amendment1 pastor says same-sex marriage 'not far from' man & beast marriage

by Jeremy Hooper

Beacon Baptist Church of Raleigh, NC, is one of the Vote For Marriage NC campaign's big partner churches. That church has installed billboards across the state…

Screen Shot 2012-05-04 At 1.52.27 Pm

…and has been working in tandem with the campaign to get out the messaging. Here's a tweet that Vote For Marriage NC's Communications Director, Kami Mueller, recently pushed to her own followers:

Screen Shot 2012-05-04 At 1.54.47 Pm

So what does this key partner church think of gays and their marriages? Well, while preaching at last Sunday's "Marriage Sunday" service—"Marriage Sunday" being the day that the Vote For Marriage NC campaign set aside so that churches could preach in support of their campaign—Beacon Baptist Pastor Tim Rabon said this of the states that have legalized same-sex unions:


[SOURCE]

No, Pastor? We're not far from it? Because I live in New York (and am myself legally married) and I can tell you: I've yet to see anyone trying to marry a Central Park pigeon. Just isn't happening. Far from it.

space gay-comment gay-G-A-Y-post gay-email gay-writer-jeremy-hooper


Your thoughts

comments powered by Disqus

G-A-Y Comments Policy


 
Related Posts with Thumbnails