Family Research Council Backs Georgia Pastor Who Refuses to Hand Over Sermons
October 31, 2016
The Family Research Council is standing behind a Georgia pastor who has refused to hand over copies of his sermon notes to the state.
The group has started an online petition condemning Georgia officials for demanding that the Seventh-day Adventist lay pastor give them copies of his sermons. More than 36,000 people have signed the petition to Georgia Governor Nathan Deal.
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