The excerpt was shared in a Jan. True Texas Project, previously called the Northeast Tarrant Tea Party, seemed to take issue with the choice on social media. A spokesperson for Cawthorn declined to comment on the posts. According to the Charlotte Observer, Cawthorn has been accused of having ties to white supremacy, sexual misconduct and racism. He has denied the accusations.
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That would fulfill a goal of the anti-worker religious right, progressive analysts note. More than 31, comments flowed in. A sample of the most-recent showed them running about four to one against the Trump edict. The ACLU, LGBTQ groups and thousands of individuals pointed out that Trump would let businesses discriminate against pregnant single mothers, gays, and people whose religion differs from that of the business owners. Supreme Court decisions that upheld discriminatory practices. At least two of them, Hobby Lobby and Masterpiece Cakeshop , were by votes with the GOP-named majority favoring the discrimination.
12 Well-Known Pastors and Leaders Respond to the Question: “Is Homosexuality a Sin?”
Even as some well-known anti-gay groups like Focus on the Family moderate their views, a hard core of smaller groups, most of them religiously motivated, have continued to pump out demonizing propaganda aimed at homosexuals and other sexual minorities. Of the 18 groups profiled below, the Southern Poverty Law Center SPLC will be listing 13 next year as hate groups, reflecting further research into their views; those are each marked with an asterisk. Viewing homosexuality as unbiblical does not qualify organizations for listing as hate groups.
The Southern Baptist Convention announced a new initiative Tuesday to convince gays that they can become heterosexual if they accept Jesus Christ as their savior and reject their "sinful, destructive lifestyle. At the denomination's annual meeting, leaders urged their more than 42, churches nationwide to reach out compassionately to gays with a message about how Christianity can save them. They can be liberated. The presentation included testimony from a Southern Baptist pastor from Texas who said he realized that his strident criticism of homosexuals had prevented them from coming to him for help.