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09/17/2013

Baptist claim of the day: Acceptance of LGBT people is probably going to be society's 'final act'

by Jeremy Hooper

It's not LGBT people who are going to kill Earth. No, no, silly—it's the people who accept LGBT people's existence who are going to extinguish us all:

Screen Shot 2013-09-17 At 5.53.30 Pm"Sexual sins are not the final step on this downward spiral,"… "The last step of rejecting biblical morality is when people applaud or celebrate those who legitimize immoral practices. We have reached that point in America."
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"Sexual immorality -- of all types -- has been part of the human experience throughout recorded history," ... "The troubling issue today isn't so much the rise of immorality. That cycle ebbs and flows with changing generations. The troubling issue is the applause, from kissing in the streets to White House ceremonies celebrated through every media possible."
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"The final act of an unraveling society isn't immoral behavior; it's canonizing immoral behavior as a 'new normal' and celebrating it as a 'moral victory.'
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—Jeff Iorg, president of Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, as quoted by Baptist Press

And here I thought it was going to be guns, war, or twerking. But nope—it's gays and our allies. Silly me.

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