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President Obama Seeks to Include as a Minority (21%) of Registered NC Chooses to Exclude

On May 9, 2012, President Obama became the first sitting United States President to support same sex marriage.  There are at least 8 million  adult gay Americans. Although they are still a minority, this is equivalent to the entire population of  the state of North Carolina who on May 8th voted by in majority at the […]

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The 61% in North Carolina Miss the Message of Christ and Civil Rights on Amendment 1 Voting

Amendment 1 passed in the State of North Carolina. The definition of marriage as one man and one woman is now codified in that state’s constitution. Discrimination is now codified in that state’s constitution. Christians did this. Christians who believe they have the right to deny equality to minority groups; Christians who believe they have […]

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To Christians in North Carolina | Four Reasons to Vote Against Amendment One

Christian voters in North Carolina will be the deciders for or against the inclusion of Amendment One in the Constitution of that state.  As a fellow Christian and heterosexual that has worked for inclusion of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Christians in the church for several years, I offer a few fundamental yet largely overlooked insights. […]

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MARRIAGE | "I DO" FOR WHO?

MARRIAGE | “I DO” FOR WHO?

I never cared about marriage equality; I rarely thought about marriage equality and I was ignorantly clear on my stance on marriage equality.  That is, until the 2006 national elections.  My opinions were impersonal, theoretical and cost me nothing.  Watching the election results with a friend as he cheered on the defeat of a version […]

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