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04/08/2013

Pastor: Keep relationship with LGBT kids (*so you can rescue them from 'repulsive' 'lifestyle' like a 'real man' would)

by Jeremy Hooper

This is a mixed bag of extremities. One one hand, it's great that Pastor Michael Martin of Arlington, Tennessee's Oak Spring Baptist Church is telling his congregants that blood is thicker than water. On the other hand: he's selling truly disturbing snake oil, telling these same congregants that the main reason you maintain the relationship is so you can "save" your kids. Listen:


[MUCH MORE AT LINK (all geared toward "delivering" gays, with the pastor framing his position as mere "disagreement"): Church's Response To Homosexuality]

Hey, evangelical Christians: you don't get to control the terms of this life contract!

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