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In this post, Hammond makes his main concern even more clear.

"Most alarming," he writes: is the forced "training" both public and private grade school kids will endure on sexual orientation and gender identity and expression.

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To the contrary, like no other law in our state's history, if these bills pass, there will be a devastating impact on our culture, our churches, our personal and parental rights, our public and private educational systems, our professions, and even what we tweet and post on Facebook.

No Minnesotan will escape the consequences of this bill on his/her family or business.

Hammond links to his bulleted list from the day before, which he identifies as compiled by "a lawyer in our congregation," as evidence of "how Christianity is under attack in the places where gay marriage has been legalized." The post leaves off with another plea for Hammond's flock to dial the Capitol and ask their reps to vote against legalizing same-sex marriage.

Hammond's message isn't limited to his blog (entries in which are also sent out as e-mails to his congregation).