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Published On: Tue, Sep 3rd, 2013

Pastors rally in San Antonio to oppose ‘sexual orientation’ amendment to city ordinances

Pastors from across San Antonio are joining together to oppose the city’s proposed amendments which add “sexual orientation” and “gender identity or expression” to the local ordinance.

Gay pride american flagThe definition of “sexual orientation” includes someone who is reportedly “asexual.” And “gender identity or expression” is merely a subjective mental thought disassociated from objective reality.

“This ordinance is not about preventing discrimination. It is about promoting an intolerant agenda directed at Christians, people of faith, and those who believe that homosexuality is contrary to the natural order,” said Mat Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel. “This ordinance will punish people because of their views on human sexuality. Everyone must wake up and realize the agenda behind this ordinance before it is too late.”

A requirement to support gay marriage to be eligible to hold public office has disturbing many Christians and garnered national attention. Critics are noting that these “nondiscrimination” ordinances across the country have been used to bully individuals with religious convictions including private business owners.

“I am calling on all pastors to stand up and mobilize their congregations to speak up,” Staver said. “This ordinance must be stopped.”

The group met Monday and Tuesday, and has several more meetings planned Wednesday. Click here for the schedule.

 

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