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05/07/2012

Audio: Amendment One pastor says tolerant society will lead to 'anarchy or Hitler'

by Jeremy Hooper

As of last week, Gastonia, North Carolina's Parkwood Baptist Church had given $5,500 to the Vote For Marriage NC campaign:

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So what does lead pastor Jeff Long say to recruit such support from his congregants? Well, for one, he warns that support for gays and their equality (among other things, like legal divorce) will lead to a new kind of Hitler taking rise. Yes, Hitler—a Hitler who will "burn their books and kill 'em."

This from Pastor Long's "Marriage Sunday" sermon:


[FULL SERMON: Marriage Sunday—5/6/12]

Holocaust comparisons? Wow, hollow. And costly!

We have one day to stop this, a campaign more fueled and defined by extremism than any we've ever faced. Do what you can.

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