"Attention, pastors: The Human Rights Campaign may soon be visiting your church, but it won’t be to protest. They’re out to get some religion.
Make no mistake, though. The nation’s leading advocate of special rights for people engaged in homosexual behavior, which has long characterized the biblical view of that behavior as a form of “hate speech,” hasn’t undergone a change of heart. When its members visit your congregation, it won’t be to hear about the saving grace of Jesus Christ that comes through true repentance -- it will be to change your church’s views on sexual behavior and the way you speak about it.
In mid-October, HRC unveiled the Religion and Faith Program, which President Joe Solmonese called “its most important campaign” in some time."- Jeffrey J. Ventrella, Baptist Press, Nov. 22, 2005