Some religious groups say they are encouraged by the Boy Scouts announcement that delays a decision to allow [homosexual] people to serve as scout leaders.
Boy Scout leaders were going to decide whether to allow [homosexuals] to serve as Scout Leaders. They were possibly going to leave it up to individual troops, but now they say they’re going to push off their decision until May – they need more time.
(Oldham) “We’re grateful that, at this point, it looks like that there has been a response on the part of the board members to the prayers that we’ve offered to the Lord.”
That’s Roger Oldham with the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee. Many [homosexual] people find this delay devastating, and call a ban on [homosexuals] serving as Scout Leaders discriminatory. Oldham disagrees. Click here to continue reading.