Chuck McIlhenny

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The book When the Wicked Seize a City recounts how a church and pastor were terrorized by homosexual activists.

Dr. Chuck McIlhenny served as a pastor of San Francisco's First Orthodox Presbyterian Church for numerous years.[1] In 1978 Dr. McIlhenny wrote a book which recounted how he was threatened and his church and home firebombed by homosexual activists subsequent to a lawsuit he won regarding the church's right to fire its organist who was homosexual.[2]Dr. McIlhenny's home was firebombed while his family was sleeping inside. [1] No one was ever prosecuted for the arson attacks and Dr. McIlhenny is still counseling homosexuals 20 years later.[2] The title of Dr. McIlhenny's 1978 book recounting his experiences is titled When the Wicked Seize a City .[2]

In 1989, Dr. Mcilhenny helped defeat a domestic partnership law that would have treated two homosexuals as a family. [1] For three years, the Mcilnhenny household received thousands of threatening and harassing phone calls 24 hours a day.[1] Some of the callers threatened to sodomize and kill Dr. McIlhenny's three young daughters. [1] In 1990, repeatedly vandalism occurred to his church and home with graffiti such as "Dykes for Choice". [1] In addition, the church's windows were broken so repeatedly that the churches congregants boarded them up permanently.[1]

Dr. McIlhenny has stated that "straight society in San Francisco is without power and without influence, living on the fringes of that society."[3] Dr. McIlhenny has been the target of repeated death threats from homosexual activists.[4]

Books Published

When the Wicked Seize a City - ISBN 0595154328

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 http://abortionviolence.com/0.HTM
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 http://www.sbcbaptistpress.org/printerfriendly.asp?ID=10262
  3. http://www.gracevalley.org/sermon_trans/Special_Speakers/Future_of_New_Paganism.html
  4. http://www.claytoncramer.com/culture.html
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