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A New Coalition Emerges to Protect Marriage

rebcon Wrote: Jun 02, 2012 11:17 AM
Yes, we have seen the calls of love and peace from Jackson's fellow pastors in the past couple weeks: a call to beat gay children, teaching of straight toddlers anti-gay songs, a call for gays to be put in concentration camps, calls for genocide. No bigotry or hate at all tehre folks. And Jackson's refusal to address these proposals can only mean that he agrees with them, but doesn't want otosay so.
Kepha Wrote: Jun 02, 2012 8:49 PM
Please tell me where Mr. Jackson urges people to beat homosexual children. Enlighten us.

Last Wednesday and Thursday, (May 23-24, 2012), 175 Christian leaders from around the country gathered for a 24-hour marriage summit in the DC metro area. The small group represented nearly 100,000 individual churches and several denominations. The purpose of the summit was to strategize how we would respond to President Obama’s endorsement of same-sex marriage. The group, which included pastors, community activists and denominational leaders, decided to send out a group letter to the president and to develop a pro-biblical marriage resource that could be used around the country.

The summit culminated with a press conference in which black, Hispanic, white...