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Audio: What some Maine churches are teaching (*hint: it's not just about marriage)

by Jeremy Hooper

Rev. Justin Howard, in his sermon to congregants in Orono, Maine, says voters should oppose marriage equality in the state because gays are not happy and can/should "change":

[FULL Sermon: Marriage the Way Jesus Defines It]

Later in this sermon, Howard warns that his words might soon be considered "hate speech." Well Justin, that's certainly not my goal. But I will, quite fully and unapologetically, label your anti-scientific teachings as dangerous speech.

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