Family Research Council

For LGBTs, There's Safety in (Small) Numbers


By Tony Perkins
July 24, 2014

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When pollsters asked people to guess how many Americans were homosexual, most said 25%. Turns out, they were about 22% off. Hello, I'm Tony Perkins with the Family Research Council in Washington. How many people does it take to change the course of history? Try less than 3%. According to the CDC's new report, that's how many homosexuals live in America. That's probably a surprise to most people, who just assumed our LGBT policies, movies, school curriculums, and corporate partnerships were driven by a big population. Well, the gay community may not be the largest -- but it's certainly the loudest. Imagine what the country would look like if Christians stood up and spoke the truth with the same kind of intensity. The church makes up the majority of the population -- but you wouldn't know it by America's priorities. It's time Christians realized what liberals already do: that when it comes to transforming it's not the quantity of those engaged, but the quality of the commitment that counts.

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