According to Tony Perkins, head of the Family Research Council, when he’d written that the time would come when the government would try to silence the pastors in America in his book “God Less America”

Apparently that day has arrived in Houston, Texas through the power of the first openly lesbian mayor of the city, Annise Parker.

It’s reported that the city of Houston has demanded that several pastors turn over their sermons on anything about homosëxuality, gender identity, or the mayor of the city, in apparent revenge for opposition against the city’s new non-discrimination ordinance. The mayor’s office has backed up these demands by issuing subpoenas, so that if they refuse, legal action may be taken against them.

According to Christina Holcomb, attorney for the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), the city council is attempting to quiet any opposition of actions they take. She added that the ADF has filed a motion in Harris County court to stop these subpoenas, which are “overbroad, unduly burdensome, harassing and vexatious.”


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28 thoughts on “Lesbian Mayor Subpoenas Pastors For Sermons About Homosëxuality”
  1. I do agree that she needs to call into question everything if she’s going to even ATTEMPT to dictate what a church preaches… She has no right to. I do believe in separation of church and state…

    I believe in an America that is officially neither Catholic, Protestant nor Jewish – where no public official either requests or accepts instructions on public policy from the Pope, the National Council of Churches or any other ecclesiastical source – John F. Kennedy

    Kennedy dropped jewels there

  2. I’m not saying that anyone is wrong but she still can’t tell them what not to preach about and my personal opinion just my opinion there’s more important and serious thing she needs to focus on

  3. I’d say because she has a personal stake in the matter… just like Jesse Jackson and AL Sharpton ONLY go to White on Black crime scenes and make speeches but not vice versa…

  4. Joe Franklin so why isn’t she making sure all issues are not offensive to people and not just homosexuality? isn’t she practicing a form of discrimination that only helps her lesbian activity???

  5. Ok with all due respect to the poster and the post, I can understand your stance on the situation. However, you have to be objective and look at her position. Many pastors give whole sermons on the “current Sodom” that our country has become. The way they give these sermons can sound outright discriminatory. Damning the LGBT community to hell and even people that interact with them or allow them in their families to a similar outcome. You can’t use the Bible for one crusade against sin and not the other… that’s discrimination in its basic form.. if you damn a person for one sin and turn your cheek to the next you are being a selective judge .Was that what Jesus did? No, he looked at the thief just as he looked at the murderer.

    I myself don’t find homosexuality an issue. It’s not affecting my day to day life. To each his own.

    Here is my main “argument” if a pastor was using the Bible and saying that it justifies slavery and that Blacks are cursed because of Noah’s son wouldn’t you be offended and say he is preaching discrimination and racism? This is the same as a pastor preaching sexual “orientationism”

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