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Scott Lively's new mission: Making America's churches super-duper extra anti-gay

by Jeremy Hooper

On apparent break from stirring up global animus and his crimes against humanity trial related to said efforts, Massachusetts pastor, rabid anti-LGBT activist, and gubernatorial candidate Scott Lively is determined to make America's churches even more hostile to homosexuality. To accomplish this, he has rounded up and demanded his own personal interpretation onto a handful of biblical passages which he says proves that gay people are in "extreme rebellion":

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Of course the truth is that LGBT-affirming and other moderate Christian voices have answers for all of Lively's claims. So if you are yourself a believer in such things, it's up to you to determine who you trust more: those who think that the earthly kingdom, as it so clearly exists, is here for a reason or a notoriously hostile straight man who has spent inordinate time, over several decades, obsessing about sex he claims to not crave. Think it over.

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