Curt Smith

--President of Indiana Family Institute

 

Facts

-- Promotes conferences that seek to "change" gay people

-- Admits: "...I believe homosexuality is harmful to all, including society, and is against the teachings of the God of the Bible..."

-- Equates homosexuality with bestiality and adultery: "The Judeo-Christian worldview at the heart of Western culture and so our legal and governmental systems (Ten Commandments, an "eye for an eye," the very concepts of mercy, justice and rehabilitation) promotes marriage and family while decrying other modes of sexuality -- homosexuality, bestiality, adultery, etc"

-- Uses skewed "research" from activists who share his view to claim "that gay men can change from homosexual to heterosexual orientation" and that "homosexual orientation is not an immutable fact of nature or Creation." 

-- Refers to details surrounding Matthew Shepard's tragic murder as gay activist "propaganda;" claims the real takeaway from the gay man's brutal murder is that marriage should be "strengthened" (i.e. gays should be blocked from to) so that drug abuse will be discouraged

-- In Thanksgiving post, taunted his blog readers, "So prove me wrong today.  Show me the gay community has a life beyond absorption with narcissistic sex. Show us you are truly "gay" as in thankful and happy."

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Kevin McCullough

-- Radio host, "The Kevin McCullough Show”

-- Regular fill-in for AFA's Bryan Fischer

 

Facts

-- Said being gay kills people (9:34 - 10:41)  [**After we posted this, Kevin or someone on his team "privated" the video]

Paul McHugh

-- University Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

-- Former member of the United State Conference of Catholic Bishop's National Review Board

 

Facts

-- Refers to homosexuality as "erroneous desire"

James Meeks

-- Preacher and leader of the African-American Clergy Coalition

-- Former state lawmaker and candidate for mayor of Chicago

 

Facts

-- Has preached that homosexuality is "an evil sickness"

-- Says same-sex marriage will always be wrong: "that ain't natural"

Jennifer Roback Morse

-- President of the Ruth Institute, which, from 20082013, was a project of NOM’s “Marriage Education Fund”

 

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