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Lookout, Rainbow Jihad May Be Coming to Your Church Soon

Cary Gordon has been enemy #1 for the Rainbow Jihad for a very long time.  Cary Gordon is executive pastor at Cornerstone Outreach in Sioux City Iowa.  In 2010 Pastor Cary Gordon lead the effort to oust 3 Iowa Supreme Court Justices who participated in a ruling to allow same sex marriage in the state of Iowa. The press mocked him for his efforts. Fellow pastors across the state of Iowa and influential Christian leaders across the country applauded his efforts but privately told him what he was trying to do can’t be done.  Election day came and all of Gordon’s efforts came to fruition.  All three justices were booted from the Supreme Court.

The Rainbow Jihad has never been the same after this stunning defeat. The people were organized and the people spoke and fire and brimstone rained down upon the head of the Rainbow Jihad. Now they are back at it again. This time they want blood. Cary Gordon has never blinked, has never caved, has never backed down from the Rainbow Jihad. The Iowa Civil Rights Commission, an un-elected bureaucratic arm of the Rainbow Jihad came out with a recent brochure. 

Is a church a place of public accommodation and if so – are congregations required to follow anti-discrimination laws regarding gender and sexual orientation?

That’s the issue raised by a brochure published by the Iowa Civil Rights Commission. They contend that any church that opens its doors to the public would be required to comply with sexual orientation and gender identity laws.

It’s unclear when the Commission’s brochure was published, but it clearly outlines their interpretation of the 2007 Iowa Civil Rights Act – known as Iowa Code Chapter 216.

First Liberty Institute is representing Cornerstone World Outreach, a Sioux City church that fears it may be in violation of the statute.

Hiram Sasser, the law firm’s director of litigation, said the Commission’s brochure means churches would be required to let transgender individuals use the bathrooms of their choice.

“It further compels our client to use specific pronouns when referring to certain ‘gender identities’ and prohibits our client from even teaching its religious beliefs,” Sasser said.

“Cornerstone World Outreach cannot be made to open its restrooms for use by individuals in accordance with their gender identities, rather than their sex assigned at birth,” Sasser said.

The law firm fired off a demand letter to the Iowa Civil Rights Commission calling for them to amend its published policy to clarify that it will not apply Iowa Code 216 against churches and they must also acknowledge that Cornerstone World Outreach is exempt from enforcement.

It will never come to the churches, they said. This only applies to public business and government entities, they said.  Go ahead Christians – keep burying your head in the sand. See where it gets you. They are coming to my church. They are coming to your church. That was the intent of the Rainbow Jihad all along. It’s time for churches to stand on the Word of God fearlessly. It’s time for the body of Christ to defend our God given rights spelled out in the Constitution. The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion. It’s time to defend our First Amendment rights. Cary Gordon is leading a mission a yard from the gates of hell. Will you join him in the fight? Pastor Cary Gordon recently made this observation of our modern day American churches and how they typically deal with cultural rot and decay and a tyrannical Rainbow Jihad hell bent on destroying the church.

As soon as your church decides “turn the other cheek” means you should roll out a red carpet for the works of Satan, they have abused the intent of Christ’s words and surrendered to the will of Satan in the spirit of a lawless,  unBiblical,  pagan,  counterfeit “love.”

It’s time to run to the battle the Rainbow Jihad is coming!

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William Stauff

Will Stauff is a conservative commentator and radio personality from Southeast Georgia. He's married with 2 children.

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