Louis Sheldon

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Reverend Louis Sheldon

Louis Sheldon (born 1934 in Washington, D.C.), is Chairman of the Traditional Values Coalition, a conservative lobby organization that represents more than 43,000 churches and those who wish to preserve America's Judeo-Christian heritage.[1] Some the issues the Traditional Values Coalition concerns itself with are following: religious liberty, marriage, the right to life, the homosexual agenda, pornography, family tax relief, and education.[1]

Sheldon earned a B.S. in History from Michigan State University in 1957 and a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1960. From the time of his ordination he pastored churches for more than 25 years. Pastor Sheldon currently travels regularly upon request as a guest speaker at churches which are members of the Traditional Values Coalition. Sheldon was married on August 24, 1957 and has four children. [1]

Louis Sheldon is also the author of the book The Agenda: The Homosexual Plan to Change America.[1]

Louis Sheldon has appeared on Fox News, CNBC, MSNBC, CNN and Nightline as well as being featured in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal as well as numerous national radio talk shows. [1]

Opponents' Actions Against Louis Sheldon

Louis Sheldon was a guest speaker when the Hamilton Square Baptist Church Riot occurred. Christianity Today reported the following regarding the incident:

Although Sheldon has had his home painted with graffiti and his office littered with manure by radical homosexuals, this is the first time he was targeted at a church. According to Peter LaBarbera, editor of the Lambda Report, a California-based newsletter that monitors the homosexual movement, the incident represents a trend toward increased militancy among homosexual activists.[2]

Books Authored

The Agenda: The Homosexual Plan to Change America - ISBN 1591857961

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 http://www.traditionalvalues.org/about.php
  2. Christianity Today, Nov 8, 1993 v37 page 57
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