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10/29/2012

FRC distributes bulletin inserts to MN churches; says God rejects gay relationships, gays won't go to heaven

by Jeremy Hooper

These Family Research Council–crafted bulletin inserts are making the rounds within Minnesota churches:

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"God's plan" versus gay people's relationships? Weird—the Minnesota For Marriage campaign keeps insisting this is just about civil marriage, not any sort of animus. Guess their close allies didn't get the message.

But they never do get the message because the message is a lie. These campaigns are always about animus regardless of what the carefully workshopped campaign messaging dupes into public view.

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