A Northern California church sparked outrage over an indication that learn: “Bruce Jenner remains to be a person. Homosexuality remains to be sin. The tradition could change. The Bible doesn’t.”

The church, Trinity Bible Presbyterian Church, is positioned in Lake Shastina, Calif., which is about an hours’ drive from the Oregon border. Protesters gathered in entrance of the church on Sunday to denounce what they known as “hate and slander” and to “present our love and assist for the LGBT neighborhood,” in response to a Fb web page that organized the occasion.

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Justin Hoke, the church’s pastor, wrote on Fb Wednesday that the signal’s Plexiglass had been destroyed and the letters had been stolen.

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The protesters denied having destroyed the signal, The Sacramento Bee reported. Hoke posted an image on his Fb Thursday of the signal again up with plaster masking the letters, writing: “It’s not fairly, nevertheless it’s again up.”

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Hoke later wrote on Fb: “If a conservative mountain farming neighborhood is now not a secure place to name sin, sin, then is anyplace on this nation nonetheless secure for actual Christians?” in response to The Siskiyou Every day Information.

One other protest towards the church’s signal is deliberate for this Sunday, in response to the organizer’s Fb web page.

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