clobber passage
 n.— «Bailey agreed that all gay Christians struggle with the Bible and what are known as the “clobber passages,” verses in which homosexuality is condemned as a sin and “abomination.” But he said fundamentalists take those few verses out of context, both textually and historically.» —“Ministries Try to Turn Gays Straight” by Don Lattin San Francisco Chronicle Sept. 19, 1990. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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