Lively gave speeches in the country about how nasty the gays were, interacting with senior religious and political figures, and within months the government of that country penned legislation that initially included the death penalty. Though that particular punishment was eventually reconsidered, the association was enough for Lively to have his day in a courthouse.
Matt Barber was arguing on Lively's behalf, claiming that regardless of what he said, he is in no way responsible for what another person is inspired to do based on his words.
Matt Barber is now arguing that the SPLC, unlike Lively, IS responsible for what another person is inspired to do based on their words.
Is there one rule for christians, and another rule for 'liberals'?