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04/16/2014

Southern Baptist's ERLC dedicating national conference to gay people, discrimination; better luck next year, homeless

by Jeremy Hooper

There are many topics to which the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission could dedicate its national conference. But why tackle any of the actual social ills that truly harm the world when you can instead spend the weekend talking about gay people and our civil rights?

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Just remember, it's BYOS (Bring Your Own Stones). With all the casting they'll be doing over the two days, they'd never be able to provide enough for everyone.

Ironically enough, the full name of the conference hotel is actually The Gaylord Opryland. Make your own jokes about that one.

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