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10/17/2013

Iowa's top voice of anti-LGBT hostility writes book, 'If 7:14;' might be persuasive, if 1952

by Jeremy Hooper

Bob Vander Plaats, the leading voice of inequality in the state of Iowa, will soon release a book all about how bad things supposedly are and how evangelicals need to save us all from ourselves:

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The title comes from 2 Chronicles 7:14, which calls for people to "turn from their wicked ways" so that God will heal the land. So clearly you can expect a rational and nuanced take on earthly politics.

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