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Homosexuals / Pastor's Comments / A Discussion (Part II) #1022677

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 22, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Comments from North Carolina pastor Charles Worley† about what to do with those who are not heterosexual re-introduced. [In May 13 sermon, Providence Road Baptist Church WORLEY - says the Bible is agin it!; suggests putting all the lesbians, queers and homosexuals behind an electrified fence; says he won't vote for a baby killer.] Audio from his 1978 sermon played. The potential legal problems for Worley's church that could cost it its tax exempt status noted; Worley again quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Maiden, North Carolina: Gary Tuchman) The latest developments at the Providence Road Baptist Church discussed. [Church members Janie BEARD, Joe HEFFNER†, MAN - back Worley.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Americans United for Separation of Church and State Rev. Barry Lynn about Worley's position. [LYNN - says the sermon was a clear violation of the tax code; states we will file a complaint against Worley; states our group is concerned about the principles.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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