Farah hosts pastor of church under fire

By WND Staff

The pastor of an Arkansas church under fire from Americans United for Separation of Church and State will be the guest on “Joseph Farah’s WorldNetDaily RadioActive” program today.

Pastor Ronnie Floyd of the First Baptist Church of Springdale, Ark., and the author of “The Gay Agenda,” is currently fighting a challenge of his church’s tax-exempt status brought on by Americans United, which monitored his sermons, videotaped them and filed a complaint with the Internal Revenue Service.

Floyd began writing “The Gay Agenda” after the U.S. Supreme Court overruled Texas’ anti-sodomy law, opening the floodgates for same-sex marriage advocates across the country.

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