Dr. Johnny Hunter, a pastor from Fayetteville  raises his bible as he speaks out against gay marriage during a press conference with Republican State Rep. Paul Stam (right) of Apex, and fellow pastors at the Legislature on Thursday in Raleigh.
Dr. Johnny Hunter, a pastor from Fayetteville raises his bible as he speaks out against gay marriage during a press conference with Republican State Rep. Paul Stam (right) of Apex, and fellow pastors at the Legislature on Thursday in Raleigh. rwillett@newsobserver.com
Dr. Johnny Hunter, a pastor from Fayetteville raises his bible as he speaks out against gay marriage during a press conference with Republican State Rep. Paul Stam (right) of Apex, and fellow pastors at the Legislature on Thursday in Raleigh. rwillett@newsobserver.com

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