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Conservative Christian Approach to AIDS Evolves Toward Compassioni
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Jerome Socolovsky
July 27, 2012 1:05 AM
When the AIDS epidemic began in the 1980s, some Christian leaders saw it as God's punishment for homosexuality. But attitudes have evolved since then, in no small part because of clergy who found themselves with the virus that causes AIDS. VOA's Jerome Socolovsky reports.

Conservative Christian Approach to AIDS Evolves Toward Compassion

Published July 26, 2012

When the AIDS epidemic began in the 1980s, some Christian leaders saw it as God's punishment for homosexuality. But attitudes have evolved since then, in no small part because of clergy who found themselves with the virus that causes AIDS. VOA's Jerome Socolovsky reports.


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