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I had the privilege to sit under Giglio's teaching in the late nineties and turn of the millennium when he ran a weekly ministry known as "" out of North Point Community Church in Atlanta, Ga., for college students and young professionals.Giglio is responsible for co-founding the Passion Conferences, planting Passion City Church in downtown Atlanta, and playing a prominent role in an effort to end modern human trafficking.So they feel, being that he is opposed to their lifestyle, they should call him a bigot and other fancy names because he has not met their criteria. There is quite a bit of depth here and I believe it needs a bit of dissection.So under pressure this pastor declines the invitation from the president. If you haven't caught on at this point the pastor in question is Louie Giglio.You can get a sense of this approach in the series Giglio gave on God’s plan for marriage in 2012 that is posted to his Web site.He prefaced his opening sermon in March titled ‘In the Beginning’ this way: Giglio added: Then, after reading from the Book of Genesis, Giglio paraphrased the Scripture.
“Though the president and I do not agree on every issue, we have fashioned a friendship around common goals and ideals, most notably, ending slavery in all its forms.” The Presidential Inaugural Committee said Thursday: Here’s how it went down: 48 hours ago the White House announced that Giglio would be delivering the benediction at Obama’s inauguration, citing the pastor’s “work raising awareness about modern-day slavery and human trafficking.” Wednesday, Think posted a link to a sermon Giglio gave in the mid-1990s warning about the mainstreaming of homosexuality and speaking out against changing the definition of marriage. You can listen to Giglio’s teaching on homosexuality that’s getting so much attention here (H/T: Think Progress).
He also spoke out against gay marriage (), saying: Giglio has been much more widely known in the Christian world recently for his work raising awareness and funds to combat human trafficking —including sex trafficking and what organizers call “modern day slavery.” According to a report by Christianity Today, Giglio’s Passion Conference, held last week in Atlanta’s Georgia Dome, gathered 60,000 university-aged people for a four-day long worship event that raised .9 million to combat human trafficking worldwide.