Harry Knox, director of the religion and faith program at the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, on tomorrow's broadcast of Justice Sunday II, starring Tom DeLay and James Dobson:
"There is always a great sadness whenever faith leaders call for a theocracy," Knox said during a telephone interview. "They want to impose their particular brand of religion on the country. It is so limiting that it is very disappointing to all of us, and dangerous because what they are calling for is a limitation on the right of GLBT people and the rights of women to control their own bodies and approaches to international relationships tending toward war and not peace."
Knox's op-ed "Injustice Sunday" is here.
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