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Houston Voice, No. 920, June 12, 1998 - File 007. 1998-06-12. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. March 30, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/3055/show/3012.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 920, June 12, 1998
Contributor
  • Hennie, Matthew A.
Publisher Window Media
Date June 12, 1998
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 007
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Delegates at the denomination's annual convention rejected by 1,071 votes to 1,005 an amendment that would have asked Clinton's own Southern Baptist congregation to consider disciplining him unless the president rescinds his May 28 executive order. Clinton's executive order added homosexuals to the list of groups protected from discrimination. "Homosexual politics is masquerading today as civil rights, in order lo exploit the moral high ground of the civil rights movement," said the resolution, which passed overwhelmingly. "Homosexuality is immoral, contrary to the Bible and contrary to traditional Judeo-Christian moral standards, and the open affirmation of homosexuality represents a sign of God's surrendering a society to Its perversion." The resolution said government should not give special legal protection and endorsement to homosexuality, nor should it impose legal sanctions against those who believe homosexual conduct immoral. In signing his executive order, Clinton said: "Individuals should nol be denied a job on lhe basis of something that has no relationship to their ability to perform their work." The defeated amendment was proposed by the Rev. Wiley Drake of Buena Park, Calif., who said he was "sick and tired" of explaining to pros- Ututes and other sinners how Clinton can remain a Southern Baptist. "I think we need to go on record that President Clinton should be dealt with by his church." Drake said. Clinton's home church is Immanuel Baptist church in Little Rock, .Ark. Herb Hollinger, vice president in the church's executive committee, said it would have been extremely unusual for the denomination to suggest that a local church discipline a member. "I've never heard of it. It would be anti-Southern Baplist," he said. Each local Southern Baptist church is autonomous. II was Drake who proposed an amendment on Wednesday lhat would have cited Clinton by name in a resolution affirming that immoral behavior by public officials should not be excused. The resolution passed overwhelmingly; Drake's amendment was defeated. Drake also was behind a resolution last year to boycott Disney for extending health insurance benefits to homosexual partners of employees and for welcoming gay groups at its amusement parks. Methodists uphold same-sex marriage ban LINCOLN, Neb. — Delegates to the annual Nebraska conference of the United Methodist Church have upheld a ban on same-sex union ceremonies and sought to make thc prohibition more clearly binding on its pastors. But the delegates meeting at Nebraska Wesleyan for four days last week also passed a measure encouraging churches to reach out to those trying lo give up homosexual lifestyles, while nol coercing them to adopt a heterosexual lifestyle. On the final day June 5. nearly 40 resolutions and petitions were considered. The delegates voted to create a committee to work during the next year to help bridge the church's divisions over sexuality and scripture. "We have started talking to one another again," said the Rev. Ralph Ford of York. He belongs to the Association of United Methodist Evangelicals in Nebraska, many of whose members spoke against extending the church's blessings to homo sexuals. Delegates also defeated a proposal after heated discussion that would have encouraged the "conservaUve element" in the church. Many lay people across Nebraska have charged that the church's top leadership is more libera] on social and sexual issues than thc majority of people in the pews. There was considerable discussion about whether the homosexual "lifestyle" is a choice or an inborn genetic trait. If inborn, some argued, how can it be a sin? The Rev. R. Scott Foresman of Papillion, identifying himself as a recovering alcoholic, said he believes his tendency toward alcoholism was genetic but that doesn't make it right. "We are all born with a number of disorders, and to call lhal [homosexuality) God-given is dangerous." he said. "For a church to call for the sacramenlalizalion of something thai is clearly sinful is dangerous and wrong." MAGE CLEANERS A SPOTLESS REPUTATION MON - FRI ■ 7 AM - 7 PM * SAT ■ 8 AM - 5 PM One Day Service, Mon - Sat in by 9:30am, ready by 4:30pm All Cleaning Performed on Site 3407 Montrose Blvd., Ste. B4 ■ Houston 77006 71 3.527.0880 AGE OVERDUE BILLS? Qlt Debt Consolidation $2,000 to $100,000 Reduce Monthly Payments up to 50% (Unsecured debt only.) NO APPLICATION FEES 1-800-863-9006, exl 33 U Ll IM e 1
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