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Old 08-26-2009, 09:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Arizona Baptist Minister Tells Congregation to Kill Gays

A minister for the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona recently gave a sermon in which he told his congregation that God commands them to kill gays.

God Commands You To Kill Gays | Right Wing Watch

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You want to know who the biggest hypocrite in the world is? The biggest hypocrite in the world is the person who believes in the death penalty for murderers and not for homosexuals. Hypocrite. The same God who instituted the death penalty for murderers is the same God who instituted the death penalty for rapists and for homosexuals - sodomites, queers! That's what it was instituted for, okay? That's God, he hasn't changed. Oh, God doesn't feel that way in the New Testament ... God never "felt" anything about it, he commanded it and said they should be taken out and killed.

You know why God wanted the sodomites in the Old Testament to be killed? You know why every good king of Israel, the Bible says they got rid of the sodomites in the land? You know, the good kings that came after the bad kings who had allowed the sodomites to infest their land, they had infiltrated ... King Asa got the sodomites out of the land, Jehoshaphat exterminated the sodomites that were left from the days of his father, Asa. Why? Because the sodomites are infectious, that's why. Because they're not reproducers, that goes without saying, they're recruiters.
It goes on from there to explain how gays multiply.

This is pretty scary stuff - it is one thing for churches to be attacking gays as abominations blah blah blah, fighting against gay marriage, etc. That is horrible enough - but openly telling a congregation that God commands them to kill gay people is terrifying.

Has he violated any laws with this sermon?
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He's sending out hate speech, that alone gets him some alone time with the feds.

If I am remembering correctly. *is off to search on google*
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You want to know who the biggest hypocrite in the world is? People who preach good with words of evil. And who claim to teach love, with lessons of hate.
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This popped up on my list of hits. An article from a Christian newsletter but interesting

Hate speech legislation in the U.S.? Christians at risk
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International Christian Concern is an international human rights organization dedicated to assisting and sustaining Christians who are victims of persecution and discrimination due to practicing their faith.


President of ICC Jeff King says, "There have been various attempts previously to introduce hate speech legislation to the U.S. Well now, they have a good chance to pass something."


While preventing hate is a noble thing, King says this is only a trick. "That's the brilliant positioning of calling this 'hate speech' legislation. Who's against hate? But this is an absolute tool--a strategy from the far left and the homosexual community to silence the Christian community. People shouldn't be nave; that's exactly what's going on."
aka, "wahhh but I bought my haterade in bulk at costco and I have so much of it!"

I think its funny how anti-hate-speech law would victimize and discriminate against christians. Homicide laws are victimizing and discriminating against murderers!!

Thats ridiculous AND hypocritical. I'd like to append to my earlier Fixt.

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Oh, and I wasnt saying that being gay is a choice. I dont really have an opinion in that matter, because I'm not gay :/ and its truly difficult to form a unique honest(non-speculative) opinion about something that you've never really experienced first hand.
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Has he violated any laws with this sermon?
I'd start my Google keywords with "incitement".

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Yay! It's as if people are missing the entire point of Jesus rebooting the bible!

Maybe they should do a rewrite where Jesus hangs out with the Pharisees telling them how awesome they are.

We could have him actually casting the first stone, telling the poor not to be so lazy and jealous of the rich and best of all have him refuse to heal the sick. Because you know 'free' medical aid is like all socialist and stuff!

Getting back on topic...priests telling their followers to go out and kill in God's name...doesn't that make them liable not only for incitement but also a possible candidate for a nice sunny holiday in Cuba?
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This attitude has always been under the surface of some sects. What concerns me now is that the holders are becoming more comfortable declaiming it from the pulpit as a call to action.

It's hard to say what reaction a visit from the FBI would elicit. If the preacher's a True Believer he might be spurred on. If he's just in it for the local power and funds, then he might become more cautious. Especially, if there is any dirty laundry tucked into the church or preacher's closets. A little investigation into your unclaimed income can put a real damper on religious enthusiasm.
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The incitement test first urged by Learned Hand did not become part of the Supreme Court's First Amendment jurisprudence until 1969, in the per curium decision of Brandenburg v Ohio. In reversing the conviction of a Ku Klux Klan leader who gave a speech warning "that there might have to be some revengeance taken" for "continued suppression of the white, Caucasian race," the Court held that the First Amendment allows punishment only of subversive advocacy calculated to produce "imminent lawless action" and which is likely to produce such action. Thus, Brandenburg brings together the incitement test urged by Hand and the "clear and present danger" test urged by Justices Holmes and Brandeis in their famous dissents in the 20s.
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Yay! It's as if people are missing the entire point of Jesus rebooting the bible!

Maybe they should do a rewrite where Jesus hangs out with the Pharisees telling them how awesome they are.
The problem is that it's not at all that cut and dried. Despite all the love your neighbor, turn the other cheek stuff, Jesus also said that he hadn't come to change "one jot or tittle" of the old laws. If you want the Bible to support pacifism and love, it does. If you want the Bible to support bigotry and tribalism, it does that too. People see what they want to see.
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Oh, and I wasnt saying that being gay is a choice. I dont really have an opinion in that matter, because I'm not gay :/ and its truly difficult to form a unique honest(non-speculative) opinion about something that you've never really experienced first hand.
I think you have enough information to make an informed decision on the matter.

Could you choose to be gay?
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The problem is that it's not at all that cut and dried. Despite all the love your neighbor, turn the other cheek stuff, Jesus also said that he hadn't come to change "one jot or tittle" of the old laws. If you want the Bible to support pacifism and love, it does. If you want the Bible to support bigotry and tribalism, it does that too. People see what they want to see.
Exactly. I've long felt that the Bible has many levels of meaning. There's the Sunday School level that some people never grow out of. There is also a more mature way to read the Bible, which does not take everything as literal, that uses the stories as teaching tools....that makes use of our brain to decide what these stories and archetypes mean to us. The parable of the mustard seed is not a treatise on agriculture and the story of the garden of eden was not a history lesson.

I read a book by Stephen Mitchell called The Gospel According to Jesus that was very influential to me. He used Thomas Jefferson's idea of cutting what didn't resonate with him and kept the rest, using his own judgment and gut feelings. Mitchell was born Jewish and studied Zen for 15 years, btw.

The thing is, if these idiots, and they ARE idiots, decide to take everything in the bible as literal, then what about shellfish, having sex with your wife at "certain times," and all the other nonsense from Leviticus or whateverthefuck book all that horseshit is in? I mean, talk about picking and choosing what you want to deal with.

I changed my mind.....they are fucking immature idiots. There, I feel better.
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I find this appalling that he can openly preach such hate from the pulpit and telling his congregation that they can go and kill gay people because god says its ok. Its frightening to think that such people are such positions and that congregations look to these leaders and take everything they say as truth and fact.
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The same God who instituted the death penalty for murderers is the same God who instituted the death penalty for rapists and for homosexuals - sodomites, queers!
The Roman Catholics, Anglicans, Lutherans, Episcopalins, Methodists, Presbyterians, Greek Orthodox, Russian Orthodox, and probably a few other major Christian churches are all opposed to the death penalty for murderers.
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I hope so.
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This is fear and hate. Simple as that. Has nothing to do with either Judaism or Christianity.

The story is of course myth, and this preacher has interpreted the myth wrongly.

The story of Sodom and Gomorrah is not about homosexuality. It is about inhospitality. This was a hot dry area and hospitality to travelers was considered to be a sacred duty. In the story Lot takes in strangers who arrive in the city. He doesn't know it but they are angels sent by God to check out the city because he has heard that bad things are happening. He offers them food and drink. Men from the city demand Lot give them the strangers so that they can abuse them sexually. These men are "heterosexual men" that is, they include all men from the city including married men and engaged young men. The problem was not homosexuality. The issue is rape .God is pissed off at the "men of the city" and destroys the city for their outrageous abuse of strangers. This story is quoted many times elsewhere in the bible and is always referenced by the sin of in-hospitality, hatred of the poor, greed, cruelness to strangers - never - in terms of homosexuality.

Jesus quotes the story, and he does so in reference to in-hospitality, not homosexuality.

The majority of mainstream ministers today interpret the story as it was originally intended.

This Baptist preacher is teaching uninformed, hatred. It is not true Christianity and it is not true Judaism.

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This is fear and hate. Simple as that. Has nothing to do with either Judaism or Christianity.

The story is of course myth, and this preacher has interpreted the myth wrongly.

The story of Sodom and Gomorrah is not about homosexuality. It is about inhospitality. This was a hot dry area and hospitality to travelers was considered to be a sacred duty. In the story Lot takes in strangers who arrive in the city. He doesn't know it but they are angels sent by God to check out the city because he has heard that bad things are happening. He offers them food and drink. Men from the city demand Lot give them the strangers so that they can abuse them sexually. These men are "heterosexual men" that is, they include all men from the city including married men and engaged young men. The problem was not homosexuality. The issue is rape .God is pissed off at the "men of the city" and destroys the city for their outrageous abuse of strangers. This story is quoted many times elsewhere in the bible and is always referenced by the sin of in-hospitality, hatred of the poor, greed, cruelness to strangers - never - in terms of homosexuality.

Jesus quotes the story, and he does so in reference to in-hospitality, not homosexuality.

The majority of mainstream ministers today interpret the story as it was originally intended.

This Baptist preacher is teaching uninformed, hatred. It is not true Christianity and it is not true Judaism.
Don't you just love how the fundies also always forget to mention the part where Lot's frisky daughters tempt their father into a hot incest threesome because they think they're the last people on Earth?

Yep, that's their moral role model.
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This Baptist preacher is teaching uninformed, hatred. It is not true Christianity and it is not true Judaism.
Isn't that sort of the point of choosing to be a Baptist? You have too much hate and anger to be a good Christian, so you join a hateful sect instead?
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Isn't that sort of the point of choosing to be a Baptist? You have too much hate and anger to be a good Christian, so you join a hateful sect instead?

I think we should be careful here. There are different versions of Baptists out there. Most all are fairly conservative but some are reasonably tolerant.
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I think we should be careful here. There are different versions of Baptists out there. Most all are fairly conservative but some are reasonably tolerant.
Yes, let us be careful while discussing the religion of someone who wants the death penalty for people merely because of their sexual orientation... Sorry, but I believe this kind of careful leads to people being killed.

Here would be my point: This is not about some minister's beliefs and his desire to kill gays. It's about how any Baptists - Christians, really - who don't espouse this sick and despicable reading of the Bible should come out and do what they can, loudly and regularly, to run this guy out of town. When they don't, they end up redefining 'tolerance' in a whole new and disgusting way.

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This is fear and hate. Simple as that. Has nothing to do with either Judaism or Christianity.

The story is of course myth, and this preacher has interpreted the myth wrongly.

The story of Sodom and Gomorrah is not about homosexuality. It is about inhospitality. This was a hot dry area and hospitality to travelers was considered to be a sacred duty. In the story Lot takes in strangers who arrive in the city. He doesn't know it but they are angels sent by God to check out the city because he has heard that bad things are happening. He offers them food and drink. Men from the city demand Lot give them the strangers so that they can abuse them sexually. These men are "heterosexual men" that is, they include all men from the city including married men and engaged young men. The problem was not homosexuality. The issue is rape .God is pissed off at the "men of the city" and destroys the city for their outrageous abuse of strangers. This story is quoted many times elsewhere in the bible and is always referenced by the sin of in-hospitality, hatred of the poor, greed, cruelness to strangers - never - in terms of homosexuality.

Jesus quotes the story, and he does so in reference to in-hospitality, not homosexuality.

The majority of mainstream ministers today interpret the story as it was originally intended.

This Baptist preacher is teaching uninformed, hatred. It is not true Christianity and it is not true Judaism.

Just as an aside, this is a very prevalent and important value throughout most of the ancient religions I am familiar with. Both Zeus and Odin/Wotan were reputed to go about testing the hospitality afforded them in the guise of beggars or travellers, richly rewarding those who gave generously and punishing the crap out of the stingy. I recall other such stories in the mythologies of religions I am not as familiar with as well, ranging from Africa to the far east. Its not hard to understand when you consider that human habitation would have been spotty at best, and often only reached after a long journey in the wild.

I point this out because it reminds us how important context is, until the modern advances that make travel so effortless and easy, most people would not have even had to think about it to know the crime was one of inhospitality.
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