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12/21/2012

Pastor who officiated Rush Limbaugh's wedding: There's 'no hope' for gays (who destroy God's plan)

by Jeremy Hooper

Washington pastor and conservative commentator Ken Hutcherson:

If you really want to destroy God's plan, promote homosexuality"…"When you've turned a man over to his own lusts, there's no hope"

Ken Hutcherson Interview [AFTAH]

If you're praying to a God whose earthly to-do list is most dependent on how fully his mortals shun LGBT people, then you're doing it wrong. Give God a little more credit than that.

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