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July 11, 2005

Homosexual activists exploit grieving mother

From the Seattle Times:

The mother of a 29-year-old lesbian who committed suicide nearly a decade ago told a gathering of gays and their friends and family members yesterday that her daughter died because of the "untruths taught by the church."...

"I committed a hate crime," she said, recalling a comment she once made. "I didn't love my daughter unconditionally."

Wallner and her husband, Bob, Anna's stepfather, were featured speakers at yesterday's Love Welcomes All conference sponsored by Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG). It was held in response to a conference last month that promoted the idea that homosexuality is preventable and treatable....

With her husband, she created an organization called To Educate About the Consequences of Homophobia (TEACH), to allow her to spread the story about her daughter.

The Bible, she warned the group, "must be taken as a whole, with considerations for the cultural realities of the day.

"Homosexuality is not a choice. Who would choose to adopt a gay lifestyle?"

But the lie that homosexuals can't change is the one that makes them feel frustrated and want to give up. That the mother now helps those who created the very barrier responsible for making her daughter feel there was no hope, is a very sad irony.

There are a lot of bad things we choose to do, that we'd think, “who would choose to do this?” but it is a choice, nonetheless. The choice to stop doing it become a serious battle, but a winnable one.

These “cultural realities” that they insist the Bible must be twisted to conform to, existed 1,000 years ago, 2,000 years ago and as far back as man has existed. There is nothing new under the sun.

Posted by Danny Carlton at July 11, 2005 07:37 AM

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I read this. (GAG) What I want to know is Does Dr, dobson Support this Theory of "Born Homo? I have always liked him but lately he has been saying things that make me question if he is conceding with the worldly views on things.

Posted by: kc at July 11, 2005 11:46 AM

As far as I know he's never endorsed the idea that someone is born homosexual, or genetically destined to be homosexual.

Posted by: Danny Carlton at July 11, 2005 11:58 AM

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