Christian Organizations Being Very Christian ... Again ...

May 2018
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it makes me so angry what ever hapend to judge not lest ye be judged or that let he who has not sineed let him cast the first stone? where does these people come from? i hate them
These people, the Liberty Counsel, are not Christians. They are assholes who are using certain parts Christianity to further their goal of eradicating people like me. They are no more Christian than Satan himself. They are the Pharisees that Jesus ejected from the temple. They existed then and they still exist today.
 
Sep 2018
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These people, the Liberty Counsel, are not Christians. They are assholes who are using certain parts Christianity to further their goal of eradicating people like me. They are no more Christian than Satan himself. They are the Pharisees that Jesus ejected from the temple. They existed then and they still exist today.
i remember what i was taught at sunday school i simply dont recognize these people they are monsters i wasnt taught to hate anyone
 
Sep 2018
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cleveland ohio
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These people, the Liberty Counsel, are not Christians. They are assholes who are using certain parts Christianity to further their goal of eradicating people like me. They are no more Christian than Satan himself. They are the Pharisees that Jesus ejected from the temple. They existed then and they still exist today.
where are your accusers? is there anyone here that has condemned you? no, than neither do i condemn you, go forth and sin no more i remember that part, does no one else?
 
Sep 2018
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cleveland ohio
#46
These people, the Liberty Counsel, are not Christians. They are assholes who are using certain parts Christianity to further their goal of eradicating people like me. They are no more Christian than Satan himself. They are the Pharisees that Jesus ejected from the temple. They existed then and they still exist today.
and me, and i dont like people saying they want me dead, it makes me think maybe i should make them dead first
 
Sep 2015
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Evangelical group wants gays removed from anti-lynching bill
Liberty Counsel Chairman Mat Staver opposes including the words "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" in a federal anti-lynching bill.
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Founder and Chairman of the Liberty Counsel Mat Staver, right, speaks during live nativity scene
outside of the Supreme Court in Washington on December 12, 2018.


"The old saying is once that camel gets the nose in the tent, you can't stop them from coming the rest of the way in," Staver said in an interview with conservative Christian news outlet OneNewsNow. “This is a way to slip it in under a so-called anti-lynching bill, and to then to sort of circle the wagon and then go for the juggler [sic] at some time in the future."

Staver told OneNewsNow that his organization, which has been labeled an anti-LGBTQ “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center, is lobbying lawmakers in the House to have them remove the bill’s “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” language before taking a vote.


Similarly, the group encouraged Congress in November to remove language about "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" discrimination from a trade agreement with Mexico and Canada.

Liberty Counsel did not immediately respond to NBC News' request for comment.

The anti-lynching bill, introduced in June by the Senate’s three black members — Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C.— applies to lynchings motivated by a victim’s “actual or perceived religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability.”

In a statement released shortly after the bill’s unanimous Senate passage on Dec. 19, Booker called it “an emotional and historic day.”

“For over a century, members of Congress have attempted to pass some version of a bill that would recognize lynching for what it is: a bias-motivated act of terror. And for more than a century, and more than 200 attempts, this body has failed,” Booker stated. “We have righted that wrong and taken corrective action that recognizes this stain on our country’s history.”

The bill notes that at least 4,742 people, mainly African-Americans, were reportedly lynched in the U.S. from 1882 to 1968.

Evangelical group wants gays removed from anti-lynching bill
A camel can go through the eye of a needle before a rich man gets into Heaven.
 
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