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Hey Jude: A protester frustrated outside Resource Center

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Protesters outside Resource Center on Sunday, Feb. 5. (Via Facebook) After Sunday morning service at neighboring Cathedral of Hope on Feb.

5, a couple of protesters appeared outside Resource Center carrying a sign that read, “Homo-sex is a threat to national security Jude 1:7.” Jude 1:7 may be translated as, “In like manner, Sodom and Gomorrah and the cities around them, who indulged in sexual immorality and pursued strange flesh, are on display as an example of those who sustain the punishment of eternal fire,” according to

This reference to the story in the book of Genesis is a mistranslation of the Hebrew, which refers to the sin of inhospitality.

Anyway, according to an account posted by Tim Seelig, who attended Sunday’s Cathedral of Hope service, when Cathedral orchestra tuba player and Turtle Creek Chorale member Jamie Rawson left the church and saw the protester, “Jamie did what he does – sat down and played his tuba.

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