Birmingham Pastor Sees Nothing 'historic' About Alabama's Same-sex Marriage Ban Ending!


Lawd have mercy outspoken street Evangelist Cedric Hatcher a regular at Birmingham City Hall. Took to the lectern during a Wednesday meeting wanting to know why folks are scared to stand for biblical beliefs and to express his disapproval of same-sex marriage during the public comment portion of the meeting.



Some folks are suggesting that he is right about the way folks are scared to stand for their biblical beliefs because of the hypocrisy of the laws of the land. Do you agree?

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  1. I don't think most people are SCARED. I think most people don't believe that government should have a say in such matters. Many people today actually believe in the separation of church and state.

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    1. Agreed. The laws arent dictated by any persons personal religious beliefs. This is not Iran! This is not a solely Christian nation, but a melting pot of many races and faiths. This world is sinful. All we as Disciples of Christ can do is try to reach individuals with the Gospel, not change the man made laws and conquer the nation for Christ!

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  2. It's not fear. I think it is the realization that JUDGES have overturned the expressed will of the people and there is little can be done to change that. What would be interesting to know, is whether the preacher will quit voting for the political party of the office holder that appointed these judges that are doing this? Most, if not all of the judges, overturning the gay marriage bans were appointed by Obama and Clinton.

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  3. What do you do when both/all political parties support a particular cause that we as Christians may oppose? Do we cut off the nose to spite the face? Meaning do we stop voting in order to punish the "political machine"?

    I agree with call to contemd, we cannot say any longer that we are a Christian nation eventhough the majority profess to be so. Remember, not all judges are Christian or God-fearing in any faith.

    I hope WE, not just the preacher, continue to vote and choose the person that best aligns with our personal beliefs. This is the nature of politics and democracy. It's near to impossible to get everything one wants. There is compromise...in politics.

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