Anti-LGBTQ Family Research Council: Gay people are “unnatural,” “against nature” and “deserve death”

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Anti-LGBTQ organization the Family Research Council has told its followers that gay people are “unnatural” and directed them to a Bible passage that suggests they “deserve death.” A release issued through Watchmen on the Wall, FRC’s official ministry to pastors, summarizes a publication from last year called “Biblical Principles for Human Sexuality,” written by David Closson, FRC’s Director of Christian Ethics and Biblical Worldview. FRC, a recognized hate group said “The apostle Paul explains that humanity has rejected God, exchanging the truth about Him and the things He created for a lie. While describing the sinful ‘exchanges’ men and women have made, Paul uses the term para physin, which means ‘unnatural’ or ‘against nature.’ Homosexuality is unnatural because it is a departure from God’s design for sexuality. According to the passage, homosexuality is also a consequence of humanity suppressing God’s truth and refusing to honor Him.” FRC points its followers to Biblical passages Leviticus 20:13 and Romans 1:18-32 in the Bible claiming that gay people “deserve death” and should be “put to death.”

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