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07/27/2012

Alan Chambers: Chick-fil-A has donated to 'ex-gay' Exodus for seven years!

by Jeremy Hooper

If true, this is HUGE:

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[Alan Chambers' blog]

A few things. One, this is direct financing to programs that say gays can and should change. There is no denying that this goes WAY beyond marriage. It also goes WAY beyond credible science.

But not only that—Alan is saying that this donation came form THE COMPANY ITSELF, not the Cathy family as private citizens. That means that company money (i.e. the cash you fork over for waffle fries) went to Exodus International. As I said: huge (regardless of the relatively small dollar amount).

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*UPDATE: Now Alan clams he misspoke:

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As you surely know, Winshape is the company's charitable arm.

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