Heh. If only they knew.
Anyway, I love to check in on the Lynchburg Crazy Parade from time to time. This one tickled me:
Lynchburg, VA – Liberty University School of Law will host a one-day conference followed by a one-day symposium addressing homosexuality and its consequences. The Friday, February 12, conference is entitled “Understanding Same-sex Attractions and Their Consequences.” On Saturday, February 13, the Liberty University Law Review will host a legal symposium entitled “Homosexual Rights and First Amendment Freedoms: Can They Truly Coexist?” ... Speakers include Alan Chambers [president of Exodus International]; Julie Harren-Hamilton, President of [the National Organization for Research and Treatment of Homosexuality]; Tim Clinton, President of the American Association of Christian Counselors; Rena Lindevaldsen, Associate Professor of Law at Liberty University School of Law, and Mathew Staver, Dean of Liberty University School of Law.
Wow. Two panelists from pray-the-gay-away orgs, a panelist from a Christian lawyers org, and two panelists from Liberty U. What an amazing variety of perspectives!
Gee, I wonder if they'll decide gay rights and the First Amendment can truly coexist? I'm on the edge of my seat.