Senate Moves Closer To Hate Crimes Bill

A controversial "hate crimes" bill in the U.S. is one step closer to becoming the law of the land. The bill has passed the U.S. House of Representatives and will now head the Senate to be voted on. Some say the bill would create "thought crimes" and lay the groundwork to criminalize certain Christian beliefs. "As a minister of the Gospel, I cannot support the naturalizing of homosexuality," Pastor Marvin Williams in Detroit, Mich., said.

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Abigail Dobony was born and educated in Nigeria before moving to London. Her background and experiences offer an international perspective to the news. Abigail currently lives in Muscatine, Iowa with her husband and family.

This bill will restrict the Pastor on the pulpit, in the sense that the Bible cannot be preached the way it is.

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