The god of gay christianity and its false prophet speak

False teacher Fredrick Haynes went to San Francisco to help promote a lie. He did that and more.  His July speech to the Black Church Summit, a puppet conference run by the left-wing gay political organization National Black Justice Coalition amounted to what was aegri somnia, the dreams of a very sick man.

For the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear 1 Tim 4:3

That’s exactly what Haynes delivered to the gay christians in attendance. Like an irresponsible bartender serving drunks, he plied them with rapid-fire religious cliches and faux homiletics. Judging from this speech, it difficult why anyone would laud Haynes as “one the most respected pastors among this generation”.

The video is a little dark, but you can hear for yourself the junk food gay christians are gorging themselves with from the mouths of Haynes and fellow false prophets Yvette Flunder and Deborah Johnson.

Haynes tells a story about a bear and a dream before he laspes into Obama-worship. Nothing new there.

He then contrasts Obama’s election against the defeat of Prop 8 in California. He blames black folk (whom he characterizes as bears destroying the dream) for the defeat of gay marriage. Of course that was a lie, because the LA Times based its defeat of Prop 8 on overblown exit poll data, but Haynes never mentioned that.

In fact this information was out in public more than seven months before Haynes’s speech. But such facts would have complicated his prepackaged lie. That’s the lowest form of pandering in existence. For all his so-called education, its unfortunate that Haynes is but another educated fool sucked in by the lie of homosexuality.

Let no one deceive you with empty words, for because of such things God’s wrath comes on those who are disobedient. Eph 5:6

Even more tragic are the misguided people who would rather make homosexuals feel good rather than telling them they can be free from their sexual and spiritual slavery. How about that: a slave that’s fat and happy.

Gay christians and their scientific god

That was the case with Washington Post pundit Joel Engardio who wrote that the recent American Psychological Association (APA) ruling on homosexuality was “good news for gay christians.” It was because the god of gay christianity is science which has supported their rebellious, self imposed lie that homosexuality is normal and can’t be changed. Science, as interpreted by the amoral APA, excludes sexual morality. That’s welcome news to gay christians. Their god has exempted them from having to repent and turn away from their sin.

“…why then are there 13,000 gays at GCN – some traumatized by the ex-gay movement and others afraid of being subjected to it – who still want to be gay Christians? Because they believe God has room for gays who want to worship him. The conversations at GCN, online and at in-person conventions, don’t ignore the scriptures that admonish same-sex attractions. Leviticus and Corinthians are discussed and debated. Weight is given to the fact Jesus himself never spoke directly about gays. The dogma matters to them because these gays care what the Bible says. They just want to be able to practice their faith without denying who they are.”

Let’s see here. Gay christians just want to be able to practice their “faith” without denying who they are. Have they never taken the opportunity to read Matthew 16:24?

Then said Jesus unto his disciples, If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me.

I checked the entire book and chapter and it contains no exemptions for people with homosexual issues. In fact, Jesus adds that anyone not willing to do as he said is not worthy to be his disciple. So gay christians by rejecting Jesus’ command in favor of your sexually immoral “orientation”, you’ve excluded yourself from relationship with God.

And you cant excuse that with the “but he loves everybody” line.