In the Post: Bishop Harry Jackson
Today in the Post, staff writer Wil Haygood profiles Bishop Harry Jackson of Washington, the controversial Pentecostal pastor, "one of the more vociferous leaders in the anti-gay-marriage movement across the country."
Excerpt: "This is how Bishop Harry Jackson spent his summer vacation: He hustled back and forth across the District rallying his faithful flock who oppose gay marriage. He leaned into microphones over at the Board of Elections and Ethics, quoting biblical verse, decrying those who would trumpet marriage between man and man, woman and woman."
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