Franklin Graham Urges Georgia Gov. to Stand Against NFL and Sign ‘Pastor Protection Act’

Graham, the head of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, took to Facebook Wednesday to urge the Republican governor not to cave into the demands of LGBT and corporate communities and decried the notion that this legislation will permit “discrimination.”

“LGBT forces and corporate superpowers are using this threat to try to stop the bill that would protect pastors from performing same-sex marriages and give faith-based organizations permission to deny use of their facilities for things outside their religious beliefs,” Graham explained. “It does not legalize discrimination as opponents are trying to say, rather it helps contain the growing discrimination against Christians who simply want to live out their faith.”
Leading evangelist Franklin Graham is calling on Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal to stand against corporate pressure and sign a religious freedom bill passed by both houses of the state’s legislature that would protect faith-based organizations and pastors from government backlash over their opposition to same-sex marriage.

After a spokesperson from the National Football League insinuated last week that the passing of Georgia’s “Pastor Protection Act” would be taken into account when deciding whether Atlanta will get to host the Super Bowl in either 2019 or 2020, Disney and Marvel have also announced that they, too, will take their business elsewhere if “any legislation allowing discriminatory practices be signed into state law.” […]

Source: Franklin Graham Urges Georgia Gov. to Stand Against NFL and Sign ‘Pastor Protection Act’


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