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02/28/2013

ADF's 5th week of prayer: Jeffrey Zarrillo gets the middle, lack-of-blessing square

by Jeremy Hooper

Those of you who have seen the past four weeks' sheets know how it goes: The first box, which always features someone from the anti-gay side, gets a blessing; the third square, which is always a Supreme Court justice, gets a largely neutral call for "wisdom and discernment"; the middle square, always someone on the side of LGBT equality, gets a prayer about "manifest[ing] goodness in his/her life" (because, you see, the goodness cannot possibly be there already).

Here's this week's take, with wanna-marry plaintiff Jeffrey Zarrillo getting that middle, "manifest goodness" slot:

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[ADF]

Because our civil rights are not all they think they get to control—they want to mastermind our personal relationships with God, too.

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