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10/26/2012

Conservative Catholic denounces Pastor Anderson, Maryland Marriage Alliance

by Jeremy Hooper

From the Institute of American Values' Family Scholars' blog:

As a Catholic Christian who supports the conception of marriage as between one man and one woman, I find Pastor Anderson’s abuse of Sacred Scripture appalling and his words gravely irresponsible. And I find it equally appalling and gravely irresponsible that the main director of the Maryland Marriage Alliance did not call out Pastor Anderson for his gravely irresponsible comments.
KEEP READING: Pastor Anderson, You’re Wrong [Family Scholars]

*SEE ALSO: David Blankenhorn goes after Derek McCoy for his disingenuous response to the controversy:

Hmmm. Guy on a public panel quoting the Bible says homosexuals are worthy of death, and that the gay marriage question is “all about” that very thing that God says is worthy of death. And yet none of this should be viewed by anyone as “a call to harm gays and lesbians”; and overall, we’re to understand that opposing gay marriage (which is the “real issue”) is not, is absolutely not, about being opposed to gay persons. All clear now?
Animus and the Gay Marriage Debate [Family Scholars]

Blankensnark! I love it.

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