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2012-10-19 17:37:28 by iblisgaurdianangel

A student in Minnesota has decided to make her o

Own anti-gay T-shirt to wear on campus ahead of the state’s public referendum on equal marriage.
Concordia College senior Rebecca Julius created a black top with the words “sin is sin” across the front, followed by three Bible passages about truth and evil on the back.
Julius, a devout Wisconsin Synod Lutheran, told Minnesota Public Radio:
“I don’t identify with all these people that say homosexuality is a perfectly acceptable way to live; that’s not me.
“So the reason I wanted to do this T-shirt was one, to stand up for God’s word because I feel like it’s getting completely trampled in this place that’s supposed to be Christian and two, to just separate myself from it and not give anybody the impression that this what I believe

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