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11/26/2012

Career 'ex-gay' tells conservatives how to lose all upcoming marriage fights

by Jeremy Hooper

Professional "ex-gay" Janet Boynes, a friend of Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's, is encouraging the social conservative Christians to be more aggressive against homosexuality:

Dear believer, how are we going to deal with this issue in our churches, in our communities and in our nation? Will history say we fought the good fight to push back the forces of darkness? Or will we ultimately be condemned as cowards?
FULL: Church Should Not Shy Away From Teaching Against Homosexuality [Charisma News]

Go for it! Call us "the forces of darkness" in your next round of marriage ads. Please. I insist!

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