by Billy Roper
While we all know that the American Medical Association officially diagnosed homosexuality as a mental disorder until 1987, and that the Bible, in both the Old and New Testament, lists it specifically as a grievous, mortal sin, many people are unaware that the Founding Fathers had strong feelings on homosexuality, as well.
Liberals like to claim that the Founders never intended the United States to be a Christian nation, or to be governed by religious laws. If that’s the case, then all of the Founding Fathers must have had very good non-religious reasons to make homosexuality a felony in all 13 colonies, and eventually in all 13 states. Thomas Jefferson, considered by many to be one of the least religious of the Founding Fathers, authored a bill while he was governor of Virginia during the Revolutionary era that homosexuality be punished by castration.
“How many Americans realize…
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