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Students Want Anti-Gay Priest Removed from University

Stacey23 Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 9:49 AM
"there is no war on Christians; live in reality for a change". My bad. And no one wants this priest fired because of his faith views. Wake up James. The war has started, and will escalate. True believers will be persecuted because they fear God. Nominal believers will not be persecuted because they seek the approval of the world.
James2517 Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 10:01 AM
So 2 people question the priest's views and that constitutes a war? I take it you believe the fact that the US is not a Christian theocracy is a sign of a war against Christianity. Have Fred Phelps and his inbred Church goers been taken out by drones? Shut down? People are free to practice Christianity just as much as people are free to speak against it.
Mahatma-mama Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 10:12 AM
...and Jews were free in Germany until, all of a sudden, they weren't... There is no longer freedom for Christians in Canada or other countries where homosexual unions have been enforced. An American preacher in Scotland was approached by two Fascist homosexuals and asked his views on their chosen sin. When he responded with a Biblical narrative, they had him arrested. This is the objective of all Christophobes. These Fascists hate Christians with the hatred they once reserved for Jews.
Bonsall Billy Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 1:18 PM
They are not questioning the priest's views. They didn't write letters to the campus newspaper challenging the views, and offering a different viewpoint. They are demanding that the priest be removed from the campus for daring to teach the doctrines of the Catholic church. Are you purposefully misstating the issue, or are you just too dense to understand it? These guys should be free to speak against the priest's views, and they are free to do so. What they are seeking to prevent is the right of others to speak their viewpoint.

Religious liberty groups are mobilizing to defend the chaplain of George Washington University’s Newman Center after gay students launched an effort to have the priest fired because he preaches against homosexuality and abortion.

“It’s discrimination against Catholics,” said Patrick Reilly, president of the Cardinal Newman Society. “Secular colleges are fast becoming a very unsafe place for Catholics who hold true to their faith. This is a very, very sad situation.”

Two gay students at George Washington told the GW Hatchet student newspaper that they want Father Greg Shaffer removed from campus over his anti-gay and anti-abortion views.

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