Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Who likes hamburgers any way?

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--A decision by a local Pennsylvania Chick-fil-A restaurant
to donate food to a pro-biblical marriage seminar has sparked controversy in the
homosexual community and caused a university to pull the franchise's food, but
it also has led to an outpouring of support from Chick-fil-A's customers as the
company has refused to back down.

At issue is the donation of food to a
marriage enrichment seminar sponsored by the Pennsylvania Family Institute.
Although the "Art of Marriage" seminar itself has little if anything to do with
politics and "gay marriage" -- ads say the video-guided seminar will "help
couples apply what the Bible teaches about marriage" -- the fact that the
Pennsylvania Family Institute has taken positions opposing "gay marriage" has
led some in the homosexual community to say they'll take their business
elsewhere. The video curriculum wasn't created by the Pennsylvania Family
Institute but by FamilyLife, an Arkansas-based pro-family group.

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