Oh, brothers and sisters. I have been poorly deceived! But now I have seen the light. I have heard the word of a true man of God and, lo, I have heard from him words of such wisdom that I can do nothing but shout his sermon to the fine people of Springfield, Missouri, from the rooftops. The Reverend Dr. Phil Snider of the Brentwood Christian Church, says EXACTLY what the world needs to hear, and I hope you will help this go viral. (You need to watch this to the very end to understand the Reverend’s true message.)
You may wish to send your blessings to the Reverend Dr. Snider at philsnider at gmail dot com
A great video that highlights the narrow-minded opposition to equality.
Watch the video and be enlightened Sisters and Brothers – throw those blinkers away that shield you from the truth!
Welcome to the 21st Century.
That’s brilliant. Oh how I wish there were more like this guy in the religious ranks.
Fantastic way to get a message across. Shared!
24,224 likes, 401 dislikes says it all really. When you hear the sound of all those lost souls you will wish that you had asked this man to save yours. Ramen.
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Just to check – you DID realise this video actually SUPPORTS same-sex marriage didn’t you? You DO need to watch it right to the end, as suggested. I only note that because I struck someone else today who didn’t ‘get it’ and thought the reverend really was anti-gay.
Clarification: Both Reverend Snider and I SUPPORT same-sex marriage and gay rights and abhor the use of the religious rhetoric used to oppose equality for homosexuals. Both Reverend Snider and I have pointed out that the rhetoric used by those who oppose gay rights is identical to that used to oppose racial equality in the 50s and 60s. What we are saying, in effect, is that the homophobic opposition to same-sex marriage is no better than the racist opposition to desegregation.