Number of prominent Christian pastors who insist that deadly weather disasters are the means by which Jesus shows his hatred for gay people loving judgment against same-sex marriage: at least six. Date of the UK House of Commons’ vote to legalize same-sex marriage: May 21
Number of prominent Christian pastors who say that weather is the instrument through which God delivers His Divine Judgment regarding homosexuality: at least 6 Number of days since Rhode Island legalized same-sex marriage: 4 Number of warm, sunny days since Rhode Island legalized same sex
Opponents of same-sex marriage have repeatedly asserted that if two men or two women are allowed to wed, bestial marriages will come next: Stardust Dolittle, March 29 2013: “The only thing is this will open new doors on other people’s rights to marry their dogs
After North Carolina voters turned out to reject equal rights for gay and lesbian couples this week, I thought this report from Politicol was just too outrageous to be true: North Carolina Bans Gay Marriage but You Can Marry Your First Cousin In an outrageous
Eat your heart out, John Hagee.
Prominent religious fundamentalists in America… Stephen Bennett Harold Camping Graham Dow John Hagee Yehuda Levin John Piper Pat Robertson … have repeatedly insisted that God uses the weather as an instrument of punishing judgment when gay and lesbian people in a community step out of
The Hawaii state House followed the state Senate yesterday in voting to legalize same-sex unions that have the exact same privileges and benefits of marriage. From John Hagee to Pat Robertson to Stephen Bennett to John Piper to Graham Dow to Yehuda Levin, religious fundamentalists
As the first same-sex marriages in Washington, DC are performed today, God unleashes His Mighty Judgment. At least that’s what multiple fundamentalist Christian preachers have told us should happen. But His Judgment seems awfully mild for March: 62 degrees and sunshine. Well, you go, YHWH!
Since the the November 2009 vote in Maine to abolish marriage equality by passing Ballot Question 1, I’ve been looking at the vote in greater detail, tallying up and mapping results for the towns of Maine from county to county. In most counties there has
It’s time again to play Where’s God’s Judgment! Despite the declarations of multiple fundamentalist Christian leaders that God uses hurricanes and other extreme forms of weather to cast His Mighty Judgment down on those countries, states and municipalities that pass gay-friendly legislation, the people of
Are you and your same-sex partner planning a trip to Washington County, the most Northeastern of the coastal counties in the state of Maine? Looking for the first sunrise in Eastport or a quasi-Canadian experience in Calais? Consider what kind of reaction you’ll get: as