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Canadian government to review its funding of anti-gay evangelical group

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  1. If one branch of an organization actually does do legitimate foreign aid work, and they are the ones asking for the governmental funding, it is tricky, and not always obvious, for government funding agencies to to weed out those that are related to anti-gay (or any other anti-something) groups.

    That the government acted swiftly to repair this injustice is a positive sign.

  2. Typical Harper response. Downplay the homophobia by trivializing it publicly. Now see why the US Republican party is taking notes on its comeback, from this guy?

  3. AMPisAnglican 11 Feb 2013, 5:34pm

    If Christian Crossroads is no longr able to provide clean drinkable water to the people of Uganda than who will step forward to take their place?

    Or is it accetable to allow people to die of thirst and disease if that is the price to be paid to end government funding of the releif work performed by a Christain aid organization?

  4. Robert in S. Kensington 11 Feb 2013, 6:11pm

    Hmmm, misusing or abusing sexual intercourse I would assume includes hetero adulterous intercourse would it not?

  5. It should be clear that a religious organization is not being punished for declaring that gay sex is a sin.

    It is different if a church is promoting persecution of gay people.

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