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Uganda Punishing Gays: 'Sodomy Is Not A Human Right' Says Evangelical Leader

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Lawmakers in Uganda have passed an anti-gay law that imposes harsh punishments for homosexual acts. Critics say some American evangelists are to blame. Evangelical leader Scott Lively responds.
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