Homosexual Defames Local Church With False Christian Support Campaign — Charisma News

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A gay activist printed and paraded signs falsely claiming several local churches in Grandville, Michigan supported homosexuality.
A gay activist printed and paraded signs falsely claiming several local churches in Grandville, Michigan supported homosexuality. (Flickr)
Join us on our new podcast each weekday for an interesting story, well told, from Charisma News. Listen at charismapodcastnetwork.com.How desperate is the radical left to see Christian churches deny God’s Word? Here’s one indication: A gay activist printed and paraded signs falsely claiming several local churches in Grandville, Michigan supported homosexuality. Now, Christian attorneys are demanding an public apology. Here’s the backstory: Daniel VanderLey appropriated church identities without permission and spread false statements about their biblical beliefs to rally support for the gay agenda. VanderLey has damaged the churches’ reputations by falsely indicating they do not stand for biblical truth and love.VanderLey began his disinformation campaign by sending letters to some local churches demanding they adopt his position and appear at his event.  Get this: VanderLey stated that no response to his demand would be treated as “permission” to use the churches’ names. Other churches received no warning prior to their churches’ involuntary association with the homosexual protest against Bradlee Dean, a conservative marriage activist speaking in the community.”If homosexuals had the support they claim, they wouldn’t feel the need to falsify additional support from those who are aware of the damage homosexual conduct causes and have deep religious values in opposition to that conduct,” says Liberty Counsel Attorney Richard Mast. “While these churches believe wholeheartedly in love as set forth in the Bible, they also speak truth in love. The context surrounding these signs communicates a message opposed to the true values of these churches and is harmful to the community. VanderLey used these churches to communicate his message, rather than God’s truth.”The Charisma Podcast Network is now live. Featuring a variety of programs including news, leadership, inspiring stories, women’s topics, sports, and even more.
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