Rick Warren pulls anti-gay language from his Web site

Deny me three times, Rick?

So Rick Warren pulled the anti-gay language from his church Web site. The site used to explicitly ban gays from membership in the church.

Now the offending language is gone, but you can still find the anti-gay language via Google’s cache.

So does Rick Warren now welcome gays, all gays, as members of his church? Or is he simply embarrassed of his views – embarrassed of God’s views, per Warren’s own admission? And if Warren is embarrassed of God’s views, then what is he doing as a public spokesman on religion?

And whose idea was it to remove the anti-gay language? Warren’s, or Obama’s?


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