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Pastor Greg Locke, a prominent pastor who is considered one of the top internet pastors, is facing an investigation by the Southern Poverty Law Center for allegedly creating an “unwelcome environment” for LGBT people.
As the New York Post reports, Pastor Locke is accused of “unintentionally fostering hatred, distrust, and discrimination against LGBT people,” after a group of Christians gathered in the Dallas suburb of Overland Park to protest the city’s efforts to pass anti-discrimination laws.
“If I’m going to say, ‘I’m going down there to protest, and I’m gonna stop it,’ then I’m not going to stop at one thing,” Pastor Lockes wife, Lisa Locke said, according to the Post.
The pastor, who was ordained as a pastor in 2003, reportedly met with anti-LGBT activists, and also attended a Bible study at the same church.
In April 2016, Pastor John Hagee, the televangelist, announced the formation of a new organization called the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), and promised to “defend the marriage covenant.”
The announcement drew criticism from LGBT activists, including Rev. Billy Graham, who told CNN, “I think it is very disturbing that a pastor would set up a national organization to help people understand that marriage is not the institution that it once was.”
The group has since been shut down, but Pastor Locoke has remained active on the web.
He has also been known to post his sermons on his personal website, and regularly publishes his sermon on the Christian Broadcasting Network.
A spokesperson for Pastor LocKE told the Post, “We do not comment on investigations that have been opened, pending formal charges being filed.”
This article was originally published on Business Insider.