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10/10/2012

Maryland Marriage Alliance head: Gay families 'not God's best'

by Jeremy Hooper

He begins by mispronouncing the name Regnerus. But it's his misstatement of the flawed, skewed, far-right-crafted study's meaning in terms of families like mine that concerns me more:

"And they're just not faring as well because—guess what?—it's not what God created, it's not his best"

[FULL Sermon: Chesapeake Christian Fellowship]

Oh, and Derek sees his war against *CIVIL* marriage equality as a war for that same God that he denies to us (in case you didn't already know):

"I see an assault on the kingdom of God! I see an assault on the very essence of who God is in our culture!"

[FULL Sermon: Chesapeake Christian Fellowship]

Keep talking, faith-motivated robbers of equality. Your nakedly theological, reliably animus-driven overstatements are winning us the ultimate fight regardless of whether or not you win one or two of these autumn skirmishes.

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