LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Hoodwinked by pro-homosexual sloganeering

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Mainstream Christian denominations have begun to support same-sex “marriage” for the same reason liberals support Obamacare. President Obama successfully bamboozled liberals into thinking Obamacare is good. Likewise, mainstream Christians have been hoodwinked into believing homosexuality is good.

The slogan “Gay is good” is not new. It was started in 1968 by Frank Kameny, a homosexual civil rights pioneer. Kameny was one of the most significant figures in the American homosexual activist movement. In 1963, he helped to launch a campaign to overturn Washington, D.C.’s sodomy laws. In addition, he worked to remove the classification of homosexuality as a mental disorder from the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. On Dec. 15, 1973, the American Psychiatric Association removed homosexuality from its manual of mental disorders.

The influence of Kameny is still dominant in 2014. Kameny’s slogan has become the psychological Trojan horse to weaken the faith of mainstream Christians who vehemently opposed same-sex “marriage.” Christian leaders have ignored biblical teachings in opposition to homosexuality. Like Judas Iscariot, mainstream Christian denominations have betrayed Jesus for financial gain and now support same-sex “marriage.”

KEVIN PALMER

Martinez, Ga.

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