Evangelist Franklin Graham Slams Girl Scouts, ‘Transgender Rights and Homosexuality’ Not Biblical

Franklin Graham

The celebrated evangelist Franklin Graham has said he won’t be buying any Girl Scout cookies this year, since the organization has lost its moral compass and is promoting licentious behavior.

In a series of Tweets and a Facebook post, Rev. Graham—the son of evangelist Billy Graham—took the Girl Scouts to task while praising the courage of Saint Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson for his recent outspoken criticism of the organization, and for his willingness to be politically incorrect for the sake of truth.

Graham wrote that Archbishop Carlson “told church members and scout leaders that the Girl Scouts is wrong in their support of transgender rights and homosexuality and is not aligned with the teachings of his church.”

He also said that “a Girl Scout troop in Utah was formed specifically to reach out to transgendered youth and that the Girl Scouts celebrated the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage on its Instagram and Twitter accounts.”

Rev. Graham wrote that more church leaders “need his boldness in speaking the truths that set those who follow God’s Word apart from the rest of the world.”

“I don’t know about you,” Graham concluded, “but I won’t be buying any Girl Scout cookies this year.”

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