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09/11/2012

Southern Baptist leader: 'It wears me out to see two men together. It just does something to me.'

by Jeremy Hooper

I'll say one thing about Terry Turner, president of the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention: at least he owns the inner, anti-gay stirrings that most on his side of this political conversation are less willing to admit:


FULL VIDEO: Terry Turner [Southwestern Seminary]

Turner goes on to deny that gays are born gay, aggressively deny marriage equality as a fight fit for the civil rights pantheon, and claim that pro-equality President Obama will "bring the judgement of God upon us," before shouting the following at his congregation (seminary students and faculty, mainly):


FULL VIDEO: Terry Turner [Southwestern Seminary]

Do something about that anger, pastor. It will consume you.

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