Main | Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Yet Another Group Of Religious Leaders Create Document Slamming Gay Marriage

Ho hum, another coalition of religious leaders have banded together to announce that dirty queers are not about to soil holy matrimony.
Leaders of some of the largest religious communities in the United States have come together to express their commitment toward the protection of marriage as the union of one man and one woman. In an open letter released today, entitled “The Protection of Marriage: A Shared Commitment,” leaders from Anglican, Baptist, Catholic, Evangelical, Jewish, Lutheran, Mormon, Orthodox, Pentecostal and Sikh communities in the United States affirmed the importance of preserving marriage’s unique meaning.

“The broad consensus reflected in this letter—across great religious divides—is clear: The law of marriage is not about imposing the religion of anyone, but about protecting the common good of everyone,” said Archbishop Timothy Dolan of New York, newly elected president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and one of the letter’s signers. “People of any faith or no faith at all can recognize that when the law defines marriage as between one man and one woman, it legally binds a mother and a father to each other and their children, reinforcing the foundational cell of human society.”
Riddled throughout the document's endorsers are clergy and congregants filthy with divorces, adultery, child molestation, and spousal abuse. But that's OK with God, because there's no gay fucking in there. Oh, wait.

(Via - Good As You)

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