Earlier this month, Exodus exgay leader Alan Chambers joined Concerned Women for America in offering support for antigay protest group Repent America — specifically, for its disruption of a gay entertainment festival in Philadelphia.

A few other evangelicals, however, are a bit more reserved in their moral reflections.

Take, for example, evangelical blogger Bad Christian, who states the obvious: Repent America failed in its stated goal — and, he says, betrayed Christian values in a quest for fame.

Other news about Repent America:

Judge: Anti-gay activists permitted to demonstrate at gay events (Jan. 22, AP)

Gay Protest Ban Lifted For Homophobic Demonstrators (Jan. 22, 365gay.com)

In-your-face evangelist challenges hate-crime law’s limits (Jan. 22, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Letters: Christian ‘correctness’ (Jan. 20, Philadelphia Inquirer)

Editorial: Repent America Protesters: A case gone too far (Jan. 15, Philadelphia Inquirer)

Repent America: Haven’t we learned? (Jan. 14 opinion, Philadelphia Inquirer)

Leader of conservative protest group cites ‘spiritual battle’ (Jan. 13, AP)

Nation’s eyes on Christian protesters (Jan. 12, Philadelphia Inquirer)

The Radical Right’s Latest Courtroom Drama (Jan. 5, blogger Sarah Posner)

Philly Pride’s side of the story (PhillyPride.org story and pictures). Clarification: Philly Pride links to two videos, the second of which appears to be from OutFest.

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