Eugene Delgaudio: "Not just Catholics, President and Administration Dislike "Anybody With Faith"
Eugene Delgaudio, President of Public Advocate says "there are continued efforts by the Obama administration to re-classify faith as publicly unacceptable. Specifically, this new report discusses the unfortunate implications of un-inviting Pastor Louie Giglio from President Obama's recent inauguration. Is this what we have let our opponents do to us?".
Adrew Walker with the Heritage Foundation in "When Faith is Called Bigotry" says
Pastor Louie Giglio, whose Passion Movement has raised millions of dollars toward ending sex trafficking, removed himself from offering the benediction at President Obama's second inauguration after previous statements on biblical sexual ethics came to light.
On January 9, the liberal political blog Think Progress brought attention to a sermon from the 1990s in which Giglio talked about biblical teaching on sexual ethics, including homosexuality, that are shared by millions of other evangelical Christians.
Giglio, pastor of Atlanta's Passion City Church, is a popular speaker and author whose ministry has been dedicated to renewing Christianity among America's youth and bringing attention to issues of social injustice. But as of this week, Giglio was labeled an "anti-gay bigot" and vilified on numerous websites, subjected to slurs for simply for holding to the tenets of his faith.
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