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The Prayer Group was founded by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Asking for People to Sign Up For a Free and Deaf Public Meeting, March 13, 1971. The group believes that all people must work together to make a more just country.
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This group’s efforts are dedicated to exposing racism, segregation, the use of race, the use of government oppression against individuals, even the use of government money to fund and support their own personal agendas.
Dr. Dr. J.B. Lautner, President, is the Director of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion. To read letters from this group for further information contact:
“J.B.” Lautner has been a pastor for 21 years. His office is in Washington, D.C., and is the public outreach director for the Center For Diversity and Inclusion in Washington, D.C. Dr. J.B. has been a professor and professor of theology at Georgetown University and a pastor since 1986. Dr. J.B. is based in Salt Lake City and regularly provides public speaking
Faith Movement. The Church in America today has been the leading opponent of sexual freedom for Christians, as well as those concerned with the welfare of families and children.”
In January, the Obama administration announced a bill that would prohibit “sexually explicit government actions or activities by clergy and laity in the United States,” such as those involving churches.
The measure has sparked protest. One church has called the bill discriminatory and a hate crime. Another has named it “The Biggest Terrorist Act of All Time.”
While few would argue such a bill would be too easy — “to legislate in Congress and in the press, without public support and public censure,” one U.S. church leader said it “doesn’t really exist” — lawmakers are still debating the proposal.
One person who had supported the bill said: “The only thing that bothers me is that when the U.S. Supreme Court hears this question about this bill it would seem unconstitutional. I actually think it’s quite right.”
Some critics say the religious liberties bill — which prohibits government action and a blanket ban on “gay conversion therapy” — poses little threat to the First Amendment.
Calls for same-sex marriages
When this article was posted on the Huffington Post’s Religious Freedom site, we were inundated with messages that expressed their support for same-sex marriage. The comments were received by more than 40,000 people, some of whom have previously said