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05/25/2012

Video: Focus on the Family teaches us how to deny civil unions with personal faith, 'ex-gay' therapy

by Jeremy Hooper

Carrie Gordon Earll and Stuart Shepard believe that the Bible is against gays and our marriages, and that "people who live homosexually" can and should stop doing so. That, to them, is acceptable reasoning to deny tax-paying citizens of this supposedly church/state-separated nation of not only marriage, but also civil unions:

This religiously-justified injustice will end at some point. Until then, we try our best to keep up both our wits and our stamina.

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