June 5, 2009
A New Storm Gathering: A Campaign to Save Human Marriage
DALLAS Reverend Steve Newlin, pastor of the Fellowship of the Sun congregation, one of the fastest growing pro-living evangelical movements in the world, today announced his campaign to Save Human Marriage.
"There is a new storm gathering," Newlin said in announcing the effort. "A storm more devastating to our way of life than anything human kind has seen before legalized vampire marriage."
Joined by his wife, Sarah, Newlin laid out the Fellowship's plans for a comprehensive effort to pass legislation defining legal marriage as "a union between two humans, with a minimum of two sexes." The campaign will include rallies, speaking engagements, church jamborees and marches, as well as lobbying and grassroots organizing.
"The Lord said go forth and multiply," Newlin said. "He did not say go forth and start turning. What is at stake here is our children. Our future. Our very way of life."
Newlin also warned that existing law violates the constitutional separation of church and state. "If current legislation is allowed to remain in place, members of the clergy will be forced to conduct inter-species marriages sullying houses of worship with the unholy union of human and the undead."
Newlin will kick off the campaign with a slate of speaking engagements; a formal launch is expected at a rally later this month.
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