The Civil Rights movement in America owes it’s success largely to the black church. Even secular historians acknowledge that. The church was the engine that powered the movement — not just through under-girding logistics but by encouraging members to remain steadfast in the faith in the face of evil. Listen as this coalition of black pastors reject Barak Obama’s stance on same-sex marriage, and the hideous comparison of the gay rights movement to the Civil Rights movement in America.
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HT: Chris Brauns