But Scott Lively says he is toning down his antigay rhetoric and shifting his focus to helping the downtrodden. And he’s found a home and a receptive audience in this struggling city where many, but not all, have embraced his mission to “re-Christianize Springfield.’’
That was before people learned that he had hired a convicted pedophile to "volunteer" at his coffee house which was catering to school children.
Then his "Abiding Truth Ministries" gets named a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center along with his comrades over at MassResistance.
Now, according to Joe.My.God, Lively is back with the anti-gay propaganda. How'd that helping the downtrodden work out for ya Scott? Scott Lively, the "Christian" jumped back on the anti-gay bandwagon like he did in Uganda:
When the Moldovan government submitted a draft antidiscrimination law to parliament last month, conservative Orthodox Christian forces in the country
treated it as a call to battle.
And that call was heeded by U.S. pastor and lawyer Scott Lively, who traveled to Chisinau to warn the country against adopting any measure that would bar discrimination against homosexuals.
Marian adds that Lively "explicitly told us that this bill is just the beginning, and later homosexuals will be given rights, starting with the right to hold public demonstrations.
"Since Lively's visit, Pro Familia has created an online "black list" of Moldovan public figures who support gay rights. The list includes several parliament members and the head of state television. People who appear on the list can have their names removed by submitting a written statement opposing the antidiscrimination measure.
Can you say intimidation? Yet Scott Lively claims he had nothing to do with the vicious anti-gay attacks and murders that took place in Uganda after he testified there too.