Friday, 11 January 2013

Statistic Of The Day: It's Not, It's Not, It's Not, Not A Sin

Americans who believe being gay is a sin are now a minority — a shift that a Southern Baptist-affiliated research group links to President Barack Obama's changed opinion of gay marriage.
A November survey from Nashville-based LifeWay Research found 37 percent of Americans polled said "yes" when asked if homosexual behavior is a sin. Forty-five percent said it was not. Seventeen percent didn't know.
That's a major change from LifeWay's September 2011 survey, when 44 percent said homosexuality was a sin, 43 percent said it wasn't and 13 percent didn't know...

Anthea Butler, associate professor of religious studies at the University of Pennsylvania, said that politics, culture and demographics have played a role in the growing acceptance of homosexuality. She pointed to Obama's support of gay marriage as well as gay rights victories in four state elections this past fall.
There's also the popularity of gay celebrities such as talk show host Ellen DeGeneres.
"Who wouldn't want to take their grandmother to see her show?" 

USA Today. 

Let us make a human sacrifice to Zeus and pray this is a sign that the Church Of Moron is in terminal decline.

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