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05/30/2013

This is that one where Al Mohler equates someone who is gay with someone suffering from cancer

by Jeremy Hooper
"Liberal churches have redefined compassion to mean that the church changes its message to meet modern demands.

They argue that to tell a homosexual he is a sinner is uncompassionate [sic] and intolerant. This is like arguing that a physician is intolerant because he tells a patient she has cancer.
"

R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Physicians are trained in science. Cancer is a medical fact. Patients sign up for what is an informed diagnosis.

Mr. Mohler, your personally-held condemnations meets neither of those three tests.

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