The gay clergy call has come to Washington this week. Hundreds gathered to pressure Congress on gay rights legislation. They are organized, motivated and have the financial resources to boot. The gay rights community has had some very important victories recently (Maine gay marriage law, DC City Council passing same Sex Marriage, etc) and so they believe momentum is clearly on their side.
Harry Knox, the director of the Religion and Faith Program at the Human Rights Campaign and one of the leading gay activists in the country tells The Brody File that pastors who speak out against homosexuality have “nothing to fear” if and when the Hate Crimes Bill is passed into law. He also says that those Christians who are pushing that line of thinking are “bearing false witness”.
Warm up the South Bend, Indiana jail for Alan Keyes. He can’t wait to be arrested.