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News: UK

Wed 16 Nov, 2011
By Newsdesk


Address the hurt, they say, and you can deal with the "problem" of being gay.

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An evangelical church in Liverpool, England is attracting heavy criticism for its "ex-gay" ministry that aims to turn homosexuals into heterosexuals.

Liverpool Frontline Church, in the Wavertree district of the city, claims homosexuality stems from emotional wounds. Address the hurt, they say, and you can deal with the "problem" of being gay.

The group has its origins in New York's LIFE ministry, an extreme anti-gay organization headed by Joanne Highley, a Pentecostal preacher who casts demons out of bodily orifices in order to rid her clients of their homosexual attractions.

She visited Liverpool herself to help found Frontline's ministry under the LIFE name.

Frontline Church has enjoyed a good reputation in the local community for its social outreach programs, including a foodbank and a street ministry to sex workers. But its connections to the radically homophobic LIFE ministry have finally caught up with it. Merseyside Police, Liverpool Council and housing trust Plus Dane have all disassociated themselves from Frontline now details of its promise of a "gay cure" have come to light.

Source: Gather.com

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