He Seems Nice

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Do it for the children


Pastor Dillon Awes said that the “solution” to gay people is presented in the Bible: “They should be lined up against the wall and shot in the back of the head.”

Why, yes, he is a Baptist. How could you tell?

In a Sunday sermon titled “Why We Won’t Shut Up,” Awes of Stedfast Baptist Church said that “every single” gay person in America should be executed by the government.

“What does God say is the answer, is the solution, for the homosexual in 2022, here in the New Testament, here in the Book of Romans?” Awes asked. “That they are worthy of death! These people should be put to death!”

“Every single homosexual in our country should be charged with the crime, the abomination of homosexuality, that they have,” he continued. “They should be convicted in a lawful trial. They should be sentenced with death.”

(If you follow this Newsweek link, they have a video where he’s addressing the city council, and oddly he does not mention his novel execution fantasies.)

And here’s the sermon:

And, it seems that one can report politicking from the pulpit to the IRS (who knew?):

Save that IRS link, you know, just for future reference.

(Hat tip: Scissorhead MDavis)

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8 Responses to He Seems Nice

  1. Jimmy T says:

    Of course he did, doesn’t the Bible actually teach that people you disagree with should be lined up and shot? Not that I could find such a verse. But in Texass at a megachurch, three Roe V Wade protestors stripped down to their underwear, made a scene and got applauded by the congregation. I’m left wondering if the hate preacher’s gonna take aim at them next. Oh yeah, the video. And what brave young women they are…

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  2. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    These creeps… they can’t get over the fact that they lost the same-sex marriage culture war, badly, a decade ago. Now, they are reduced to stochastic terrorism, hoping that some deranged follower will kill LGBTQ people. I’m glad I live in a community in which I don’t have to worry TOO much about my gay friends getting attacked, but I’m concerned for the LGBTQ people who aren’t in safer places..

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  3. osirisopto says:

    Some people just can’t get over a broken heart.

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  4. MDavis says:

    Allegedly, the IRS won’t pursue such reports unless there are at least two reports, from credible reporters#. This guy is making it a lot easier to show the credible part with his videos.
    #at least that’s what an IRS agent told my hubs when we found out a local business was not paying taxes based on the fact that the proprietor once purchased a minister license.

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  5. roket says:

    Jesus Freaks are getting their freak on now baby.

    What Aweshoo said: “What does God say is the answer, is the solution, for the homosexual in 2022, here in the New Testament, here in the Book of Romans?” Awes asked. “That they are worthy of death! These people should be put to death!”

    What the KJV Romans 1:32 says: ” Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them.”

    Note: The subject matter is sin in general and not any one sin in particular.

    Coincidently, the next passage in Chapter 2.

    KJV Romans 2:1 says “Therefore thou art inexcusable, O man, whosoever thou art that judgest: for wherein thou judgest another, thou condemnest thyself; for thou that judgest doest the same things.”

    Therefore and according to the Bible, Aweshoo is going straight to hell and cannot pass GO or collect $200. If only he had turned the page he could have saved his immortal soul.

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  6. I don’t get killing anyone for any reason.


  7. Reblogged this on Scottie's Playtime and commented:

    What I don’t understand is why these religious types claim all the rules / laws / requirements of the OT are wiped away and no longer applies except the ones against gay / same sex actions. Why does that one remain? Is it because it doesn’t apply to them and the one about killing gay people is one they really like? Their religion and faith is a hate tool used to harm those they are against. Hugs

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