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02/04/2013

Video: Apologist rejects credible science, own one-minute constraint

by Jeremy Hooper

Bobby Conway is the One Minute Apologist. But apparently sound science surrounding sexual orientation is not the only factual concept he shirks, since it takes him over two minutes to make a case about "loving" Christians standing up against gay citizens and our rights:

Really? Not standing up and exalting your personal faith beliefs in a way that undermines the civil rights of certain kinds of taxpayers is the most unloving thing a Christian can do? You sure about that, Mr. Conway. Because considering the whole one-minute-but-really-two-minutes thing, I'm having a little trouble trusting your credibility.

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