Right Wing pastor proclaims that Christians would rather die than “bow” to the will of the gays.

By |2019-03-21T05:36:04-08:00March 22nd, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , |10 Comments

Seems a little extreme.

Courtesy of The New Civil Rights Movement

“Can I just be perfectly blunt?” Jackson said. “Why in the world should Christians who have spent their time, their energy, their money, their prayers to buy a little bitty bed-and-breakfast with three rooms for guests be forced by the law to have two old, big strapping men go up in one of their rooms and have sex? Now that’s disgusting! Or two women? In a place that they probably prayed over and dedicated to God and said, ‘God use this place for your glory, use it bless people and to encourage people and to comfort people and to help people.’ And they put their time, their energy, their money into it and then you’ve got the law come along and say, ‘Yeah, you’ve got to let two homosexuals go into one of those rooms and do whatever they do.’”

“Why should that be forced upon two people, or on anybody, who spent their time, their energy, their money, and their prayers, and their tears to build something that they wanted to be God-glorifying and then have somebody tell them, ‘Well, we don’t care what you built it for, we’re going to force you to have people come in here who will simply defile the place?’” Jackson fumed. “And I said it and I mean it! This will be a defilement of the place that [was] blessed and dedicated to God. And no, it’s not happening!”

Jackson said that “homosexuals basically are trying to intimidate and cow Christians into bowing to their will” before declaring that Christians will give up their lives rather than adhere to any earthly law that violates the laws of God.

“We’re not bowing,” he vowed. “They can do whatever they want to do. We’re not bowing … We Christians are never going to bow down. Never! You’ll have to kill us, but we won’t bow.”

For the record, I have not heard of a single LGBTQ person suggesting that a Christian homophobe should be put to death for not letting them bang in their bed and breakfast. 

I mean they MIGHT write a somewhat negative Yelp review but that is not quite the same, is it?

No, the violence is typically directed at the gay community from bigots hiding behind their religion to camouflage their ignorance and hatred. 

You know, like this E.W. Jackson guy is doing. 

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10 Comments

  1. tj March 22, 2019 at 3:08 am

    They have a structure that is built to be “god-glorifying” and “dedicated to god.”
    Isn’t that a “church” rather than a BnB?
    Oh Noz!
    Itz the Gayz!

  2. Anonymous March 22, 2019 at 3:39 am

    First off, any “bowing down” will be done to the mushroom dick. The gay community has never asked for any such thing, but only to be treated equal.

    Second, Jesus never said word one about homosexuals. Only to love one another. “Judge not lest ye be judged” E.W.?

  3. Anonymous March 22, 2019 at 4:47 am

    Fine with us lol!
    Die.

  4. Whatevs March 22, 2019 at 5:00 am

    Well, that’s an ugly motherfucker.

  5. Whatevs March 22, 2019 at 5:05 am

    Uh, because these are paying guests – aka customers — and they own a public accommodation which should be open to all. Then again, we could return to that time when the people who could be barred were those of a certain race. That argument, if I seem to remember was something like this:

    “Why in the world should Christians who have spent their time, their energy, their money, their prayers to buy a little bitty bed-and-breakfast with three rooms for guests be forced by the law to have two big black animals go up in one of their rooms and have sex? Now that’s disgusting! Or two Sp*** or two Goo* In a place that they probably prayed over and dedicated to God and said, ‘God use this place for your glory, use it bless people and to encourage people and to comfort people and to help people.’

    Remember THOSE days Rev. Hatred?

    • anonymous March 22, 2019 at 8:54 am

      Wanna bet he was fucking his mistress in the little bitty bed in the ad·ja·.02cent room in the three room B&B?
      Calling ‘OUTum’ ‘Praise be to our King Jesus!!’

  6. Anonymous March 22, 2019 at 7:53 am

    As a Christian, I would rather have my bed and breakfast (I don’t actually own one, BTW) visited by two loving gay people of either sex, than by Donald Trump and one of his porn-stars.

    It is said, judge not lest ye be judged, so I’m sorry, but I can’t help thinking that somewhere along the line, people like Reverend Jackson just seem to have really lost their way somehow.

  7. anonymous March 22, 2019 at 7:54 am

    https://www.rawstory.com/2019/03/one-popular-evangelical-miracle-novels-exposed-fraud/

    “The Complete Heretic’s Guide to Western Religion series. In this interview, he discusses how Strobel stretches the truth to the breaking point, and why.”

    In reality, he was a lapsed Lutheran who became a pastor at a mega-church. It wasn’t until over a decade later—and after writing three books in defense of evangelical Chri$Tianity—he had the idea to select a line-up of Evangelical academics who support his view and lob softball questions at them, all under the guise of a
    “tough skeptic.” fanficfuk

    He is careful about what he claims explicitly, but the popularity of his franchise rests on this pivot, the idea of a hard-headed skeptic who set out to prove
    Chri$Tianity wrong but was just blown away by the evidence and had to surrender to Chri$T.
    The problem with Strobel’s books is pretty easy to spot: It’s confirmatory thinking. Yes, he uses hard questions about Chri$Tianity as outlines, but then he searches for any evidence or line of reasoning that might, in any way, allow his version of Chri$Tianity to be right. It’s fascinating how he speaks the language of skepticism—and then somehow does the opposite. there is a broad, ugly pattern of Chri$Tian leaders with thinly veiled secrets and people looking the other way because they don’t want to interfere with God’s work. There’s also a broad, ugly pattern of stretching the truth—or breaking with truth—to advance the cause of Chri$T.”

  8. $BM March 22, 2019 at 8:20 am

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/dan-rather-sounds-off-on-fox-news-the-closest-weve-come-to-state-run-media?ref=home

    There’s a fascinating clip midway through the film featuring Vladimir Putin, where he calls gene editing “more terrifying than a nuclear bomb” and warns that the technology could create supersoldiers without fear and who feel no pain. And he raises a legitimate point—you could see despotic regimes exploiting this technology in such a way. Do you envision a religious backlash to CRISPR? Because there will inevitably be tons of articles that label this “Playing God.”

    “the late Ed Murrow once said, “when it comes to opinions, mine is no better than the guy at the end of the bar.”
    But it’s a fact: This is the closest we have come to having state-run media.

    “the George W. Bush presidency, number one, going into Iraq was a strategic mistake of historic proportions, and that combined with the economic crash, those two things happening under his watch, drag heavily down his standing. But the reason I’m taking a pass on the question is because we’re not finished with the Trump presidency.” “People underestimated Trump in the 2016 election, and I think he’s going to be a lot tougher to beat in 2020 than people think.”

    https://www.theguardian.com/film/2016/mar/03/dan-rather-robert-redford-made-me-look-better-in-truth

  9. anon March 22, 2019 at 8:38 am

    So, to confirm. He Will – or he Will Not – be tuning into Ru Paul’s Drag Race? The ambiguity.

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