Monday, 24 November 2014 17:02

City Union Mission Doesn't Want To Help Same-Sex Couples Because They Say It Goes Against The Bible

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The leaders of the City Union MissionCity Union Mission, a homeless shelter located in Kansas City, said that same-sex couples wouldn't be hosted anymore.

“We are a Christian, faith-based organization that really does adhere to biblical standards. Our view is that it (same-sex marriage) is inappropriate,” Executive Director Dan Doty told The Kansas City StarThe Kansas City Star.

“We want to stay true to our biblical convictions, yet we do love all people,” he added.

No, you don't. The group says in fact that hosting of same-sex couples violates Christian principles and because they adhere to the Bible, they cannot allow these couples to spend the night in the shelter.

As a non-profit organization, the City Union Mission does not have to comply with nondiscrimination laws.

The group apparently did not understand that when deciding to help others, you don't discriminate based on sexual orientation or another criterion, and there is no religion.

Photo credit: City Union Mission

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