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September 27, 2006

Anti-Bible activists gather in Dallas to throw stones

After donning the trappings and air of sanctimonius religious authority, a group of homosexual activists gathered in Dallas to throw stones at traditional Biblical morality and sexual conduct. Calling themselves the "Bishops and Elders Council", the activists represented a stunning array of heretical beliefs under the guise of welcoming people (specifically other unrepentant homosexuals)into the church. But the first order of business was to stone the "religious right" who is seen as an enemy to their attempts to advance a false gospel. That's according to Michael Adee, a field organizer for More Light Presbyterians.

"Why a Bishops & Elders Council, and why now? The Book of Acts testifies to an "unhindered Gospel." Today, the Gospel of Jesus Christ is being hindered by those referred to as "the Religious Right." It is time for new voices to lift up an unhindered Gospel which includes lesbian, gay, bisexual, same gender loving and transgender persons and their families."
How original can you be? The group ripped a page right (or is it left?) out of the Democrat Party platform and just added "our Christian faith" to it.
"Motivated by our Christian faith and to further our nation's founding goals of justice and equality for all, we call upon all people of goodwill to work actively for an end to discrimination against gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender persons by:
  • Realizing that the relationships of same-gender loving couples are equal in every way to heterosexual couples and are worthy of both the right to civil marriage and the rites of Christian marriage;
  • Reaffirming the rights of gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender persons to full equality under the law, including adoption rights, employment and housing protections, and the right to openly serve in the U.S. military;
  • Refusing to cooperate with or support political or religious leaders who caricature and condemn the lives of gays and lesbians;
  • Refuting the ex-gay notion that sexual orientation and gender identity can and should be changed."
  • There is not one single word anywhere in the Word of God which unctions followers of Christ to affirm sin!
    Lest we be fooled by the stoles, robes and pious religious titles, the majority of this group is made of homosexual activists who work in the religion wing. I took the liberty to identify them since they seem to have such a hard time doing so.

    Dr. Michael J. Adee, More Light Presbyterians homosexual activist
    Bishop Craig Bergland, The Universal Anglican Church
    Reverend Jim Birkitt, Metropolitan Community Churches homosexual activist
    Reverend Shari Brink, Room For All of the Reformed Church in America
    Emily Eastwood, Lutherans Concerned/North America
    Todd Ferrell, The Evangelical Network homosexual activist
    Bishop Yvette Flunder, The Fellowship homosexual activist
    Reverend Ruth Garwood, United Church of Christ Coalition for LGBT Concerns
    Dr. John Harris, National Baptist Conference of Welcoming and Affirming Churches, USA
    Bishop Zachary Jones, Unity Fellowship Church homosexual activist
    Harry Knox, Religion and Faith Program of the Human Rights Campaign homosexual activist
    David Lohman, Institute for Welcoming Resources
    Reverend Dr. Cindi Love, Metropolitan Community Churches homosexual activist
    Reverend Dámaris Ortega, Pride in the Pulpit homosexual activist
    Reverend Kenneth Pennings, Association of Welcoming and Affirming Baptists homosexual activist
    Reverend Troy Plummer, Reconciling Ministries Network of the United Methodist Church
    Sylvia Rhue, National Black Justice Coalition homosexual activist
    Pernessa Seele, The Balm in Gilead
    Bishop John Selders, Inter-Denominational Conference of Liberation Congregations & Ministries
    Sam Sinnett, DignityUSA homosexual activist
    Reverend Janie Spahr, That All May Freely Serve homosexual activist
    Reverend Rebecca Voelkel, The Institute for Welcoming Resources
    Reverend Mel White, Soulforce homosexual activist
    Reverend Elder Nancy Wilson, Metropolitan Community Churches homosexual activist
    Carol Wise, Brethren Mennonite Council for LGBT Interests
    Archbishop Philip Zimmerman, Reformed Catholic Church homosexual activist

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