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01/10/2013

Bryan Fischer says Giglio was actually pro-gay because he was pro-'ex-gay'

by Jeremy Hooper

Bryan Fischer, apparently confused about what vision of LGBT people won the last election, says Pastor Louie Giglio should have remained as Inauguration preacher because "saving" gays is actually a "pro-gay" position:

Hmmm…homosexuality is a sin and change is possible through Christ. There’s not a thing that is “radical” about that message. It’s the same message Christianity has preached for 2000 years and which America believed virtually without question for the first 350 years of its existence. His view is not even anti-gay - it in fact is pro-gay, for it offers homosexuals hope and a way out of a destructive and dead-end lifestyle. [AFA]

My suggestion to Bryan: Find yourself a presidential candidate who believes this way, build up his or her national platform, have him or her earn the GOP nomination, help him or her win the general election, and then help his or her inaugural committee plan a party that fits their vision for America and its people.

Something tells me, Bryan, that you did not vote for the pro-equality Barack Obama. The truly outrageous idea in play here is the suggestion that he or his committee would bend over backwards to find a voice who caters to your reliable hostility.

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