Franklin Graham: Equality Act Is ‘Smokescreen’ That Has Nothing To Do With Equality

Re. Franklin Graham has been outspoken about cultural issues when they clash with a Biblical worldview.

Graham’s latest warning is about the Democrats’ Trojan horse of a bill, “The Equality Act.”

The Equality Act has “nothing to do” with equality would instead create “a lot of INEQUALITY for people of faith” wrote Graham.

“It punishes individuals & organizations that disagree based on their moral convictions,” said the pastor.

But then Graham went on Facebook and penned an urgent plea to his followers:

The name might sound good, but it’s deceiving. It has nothing to do with equality. It’s just a smokescreen to force Americans to accept the LGBTQ agenda and it creates a lot of INEQUALITY for Christians and all people of faith. It punishes individuals and organizations that disagree based on their moral convictions.

If passed into law, the Equality Act could prohibit religious organizations—Jewish, Protestant, Catholic, Muslim, all—and churches from hiring only like-minded people who believe what they believe.

The Equality Act would destroy women’s and girls’ sports in this country as we know it. It would allow biological males who choose to identify as females to compete for titles, scholarships, and recognition at all age levels.

The Equality Act would erase women’s privacy—in locker rooms, dressing rooms, homeless shelters, restrooms, and more.

God made us male and female, and that’s it. With some 6,000 years of human history, it has only been in the last few years that people have come up with all of these additional designations for gender identity.

This is a very dangerous bill and I strongly encourage you to write your representatives in Congress and the Senate, your governor, even your state legislators, and express your concern.

To read more about Graham’s words and the Equality Act, click here.

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