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More Light Presbyterians, in cooperation with the Religious Institute, invites Presbyterian same gender couples to send one of your favorite pictures to Pat Robertson, chairman of the “Christian” Broadcasting Network and host of the 700 Club. Responding to a viewer who wondered if it was sinful to “Like” Facebook photos of same gender couples (maybe they were on the MLP Facebook page?), Robertson said Facebook needs a “vomit” button for such pictures. This follows on the heels of his remarks that the land will “vomit” out gays.

“You’ve got a couple of same-sex guys kissing, do you like that? Well that makes me want to throw up,” he said. “To me I would punch ‘Vomit’ not ‘Like’ but they don’t give you that option on Facebook.”

The Religious Institute is coordinating a campaign to help Rev. Robertson see the love and the joy on the faces of same gender couples. As an organization that also promotes faithful voices on sexuality and religion, MLP encourages you to send your picture to Pat and help him see the love.

If you have a Tumblr account, you may share your same gender couple photo at showpatlove.tumblr.com. If not, you may post your photo to facebook.com/religiousinstitute and they will post if for you. The Religious Institute will forward all pictures to Robertson.

Wonderfully Made

Psalm 139:14

 

 

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  • Rob

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    July 10, 2013 at 5:39 pm

    As a former student, alumni of Oral Roberts University, I suggest that we compile and send this same information to the president, and the board of regents. So many students have, and still a are, studying under the fear of being outed and consequently kicked out of the University in shame. Please consider helping free these LGBT students from the wrath of ORU’s homophobic policies, leaders and the ‘honor code’. Let All God’s children be free!

  • Marilyn Jackson

    says on:
    July 14, 2013 at 11:38 pm

    Rob,
    As an elder and lay pastor in the Presbyterian Church (USA) I was glad to see your comment on the mlp.org website. My suggestion to you: Why don’t YOU consider getting information to ORU? What else could mlp.org do?
    Thanks,
    Marilyn Jackson

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