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  1. strepsi says

    These “churches” and the Catholic “charities” that would rather harm people than promote tolerance are not in any way, shape, or form, related to the teachings of Jesus. Fools.

  2. strepsi says

    These “churches” and the Catholic “charities” that would rather harm people than promote tolerance are not in any way, shape, or form, related to the teachings of Jesus. Fools.

  3. The Milkman says

    John 14:6 says –

    “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”

    I don’t see anything about gays there.

  4. Stan D says

    Unfortunately for the kids, we can expect to see more examples of this. In all likelihood, the kids will remember the harm having come from intolerant, prejudiced religious leaders and not from gay people.

  5. Idiots says

    Gay boys have always been in the Boy Scouts and now because they no longer have to hide it, these church’s are freaking out? Such utter foolishness! Idiots!!

  6. Idiots says

    Gay boys have always been in the Boy Scouts and now because they no longer have to hide it, these church’s are freaking out? Such utter foolishness! Idiots!!

  7. Jim says

    Why is this news? So a Cub Scouts troop disbands. Like that’s never happened. Until now, has anybody ever heard of Mint Hill, North Carolina? Now that we have, does anybody care? This isn’t news. It’s not important.

  8. johnny says

    Sorry, it’s not a “strong direction”, the scouts are simply being properly inclusive. It does not mean the entire scouting organization suddenly is turning gay and promoting homosexuality between boys.

    Zero logic, this one.

  9. jamal49 says

    Christians….ya gotta love ’em. Punish young boys and adolescents because the Scouts have decided to be more tolerant and accepting. I just LOVE those Christian “values”!

  10. Gigi says

    Pastor: If a 17-year-old potentially gay boy was leading a group of younger boys…well, you know – SEX!

    Some “man of God” he turned out to be.

  11. CPT_Doom says

    Interesting that this “church” had no problems when the BSA simply required the inclusion of heretics who have chosen the Mormon lifestyle. Apparently heresy is no longer a sin to “Christians,” as long as you still hate the right people.

  12. woodroad34d says

    So? Get a secular supporter. When I was in the Cub Scouts, my dad was a Den Leader and we met in our house….we didn’t need no stinkin’ churches. In fact, I had always thought Scouting was secular. It was only until recently did I find out it was church-owned. Churches no longer exhibit good values. They exhibit all the heinous, black emotions of Hell. Oddly enough, I believe Nostradamus’ Millennial prediction came true…Satan has taken over the government of churches (not the secular government) and it will take 25 years before a golden age and Satan is kicked out…that gives us another 12 years of this sh*t–then buh bye Satanist Southern ‘Baptists’

  13. JONES says

    This is a good thing for the Scouts.
    Gets them out from under any possible influence by haters like this ‘man of faith’. Another sponsor who believes in equality will step forward.

    These actions weaken the congregations and they’ll eventually realize it but for now the hate is strong in them.

  14. Bob R says

    There will be a realignment of Scout Troops as bigoted churches cast them out and more accepting churches, businesses,community centers and organizations welcome them. I don’t view this as an altogether bad thing. Getting young impressionable boys away from these religious haters and bigots is really a good thing, a blessing in disguise. So, some scouting venues will change, but overall I think the Boy Scouts will grow and be a better organization embracing inclusiveness. Now, if only they will recognize that gay scouts will grow into positive gay scout leaders and role models. But I suppose we should rejoice in one positive step at a time.

  15. says

    I grew up near there and was involved in Boy Scouts in the Mecklenburg County Council…I made quite a number of trips to that office for various things. At first I thought this might have been the same group, but mine was Pack/Troop 164 instead of 146. Hopefully the leaders of the group are still interested in continuing and can just find another sponsor for them to continue instead of shunning these kids out into the cold.

  16. John says

    I’ve said it before, but it bears repeating: TAX THE CHURCHES. If they want to play politics, then they must pay to play, as everyone else does.

  17. mmike1969 says

    I think it’s time the IRS investigates this so-called “Church”.

    Hell, I think it’s time we eliminate tax free status of religious institutions.

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