On day Uganda law passes, driving force behind it presents his 2014 plan for America
Scott Lively is best known as one of the guiding voices behind the unbelievably chilling, truly nightmarish anti-homosexuality law that the Uganda Parliament just passed. And now, even as he faces a trial for "crimes against humanity," conservative media outlet WorldNetDaily (or WND as it's supposedly now know, although no one calls it that) is giving Mr. Lively a platform to present his plans for American in 2014 and beyond. This involves "taking back the rainbow" (do we own it?), changing the constitution to stop nondiscrimination laws based around sexual orientation, and making the American church an all-out anti-gay force.
The homosexual movement may have built up a formidable army of activists and an enormous war machine over the past 40 years, but even at its best it is no match for an awakened Christian church. And for the first time in my 25 years of service as a Christian social activist, I believe the sleeping giant has been awakened. It falls to pro-family leaders and activists across America to rally together to quickly arm and equip the giant. Here is what we should do in 2014:
FULL: The 2014 push-back plan against LGBT agenda [WND]
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