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The SBC is wrong to restrict military chaplains

Religion columnist Randy Weeks is disappointed by the Southern Baptist Convention’s decision to bar chaplains from performing marriages of same-sex couples or counseling them. (September 13, 2013, Page 5B)

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    2 Responses to “The SBC is wrong to restrict military chaplains”

    1. Glenda Griffith says:

      Mr. Weeks, Why would you be disappointed in Christians for refusing to cave to P C by chosing to honor our Lord and our Bible? Do you pick and chose what you believe in the Bible, or are you simply not a Christian?
      Glenda Griffith
      Water Valley, Ms

    2. Randy Weeks says:

      Thank you for taking the time to respond, Ms. Griffith. I’m not sure what you mean by “refusing to cave to PC”. I assume that you are saying that it would be politically incorrect for Christians to minister to the LGBT community, but you would have to clarify that for me. As to what I believe in the Bible, there are various lines of belief within Christianity as to what that means. Much of it has to do with how one believes the Bible was inspired. As to whether or not I am a Christian, God will be the one to ultimately decide that. May you be blessed in your faith. Randy

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