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Thursday, August 17, 2006

Known by your enemies

Posted By on Thu, Aug 17, 2006 at 8:45 AM

We're sure it is only coincidental that Quapaw United Methodist Church pastor Betsy Singleton is married to U.S. Rep. Vic Snyder, who has a Republican opponent in November.

But the American Family Association (Donald Wildmon, prop.), the gay-bashing Religious Right group whose crusades have included readings from "Angels in America," is sending out an alert about the Little Rock pastor.

If you are a member of the United Methodist Church, I felt you would be interested in the two sermons preached by Rev. Betsy Singleton, pastor of Quapaw Quarter United Methodist Church in Little Rock.

If you are not a United Methodist, please forward this to any friends you may have who are United Methodist.

Rev. Singleton is probably better known as being the wife of U.S. Representative Vic Snyder.

Sermon: Is Homosexuality a Sin? – click here

Sermon: Is Christianity the Only Way? – click here

Sincerely,

 Donald E. Wildmon, Founder and Chairman
American Family Association

Wildmon's organization couldn't receive favorable tax treatment if it overtly campaigned against Snyder, of course. But it has other ways of making its point.  But by all means read these sermons -- thoughtful examinations of difficult questions.

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