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Gang violence, rape, drug abuse, molestation, racism, and—my committed marriage?!

by Jeremy Hooper

Fred Luter, the president of the largest Protestant denomination in this country (with over 16 million members), used his key speaking slot at the 2013 Southern Baptist Convention to equate gay people and our marriages with actual social ills like violence, drug abuse, and rape. As Jesus would, of course:

[2013 Southern Baptist Convention]

Everyone sing: ♫ "And they'll know we are Christians by our love, by our love, yes they'll know we are Christians by our love." ♫

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