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08/12/2014

Family Research Council: LGBT-accepting Christians are 'culturally intoxicated believers'

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Research Council is once again demanding that homosexuality is harmful to both gay people and society, and demanding that people need to "warn" us. But this time they are also throwing straight Christian supporters into the mix as well, turning such people into "culturally intoxicated believers":

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[FRC]

Our supporters are happily buzzed from the sweet wine of progress? Sure, if you say so. It's just funny how it's the anti-gay movement that's living through one really painful hangover. And it's only going to get worse.

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