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'Adulterophobic' Pastor Hatefully Preaches Against Adultery - ChairmanJoeAintMyPresident - 02-14-2021

https://babylonbee.com/news/adulterophobic-pastor-hatefully-preaches-against-adultery

Quote:MADISONVILLE, KY—An adulterophobic pastor in Kentucky “hatefully” preached against the practice of adultery in his sermon Sunday, drawing heavy criticism from progressive Christians.

Pastor Mike Hanson stood at his pulpit and ranted about the harmful effects of adultery and its supposedly “sinful” nature: “Adultery is always a sin, so we should resist the temptation to commit adultery with the Lord’s help,” said the religious bigot. “If you’ve committed adultery, God still loves you. But He wants you to repent of your sin, surrender your adulterous identity to Christ, and follow Him.”

While many in Hanson’s bigoted congregation approved of his comments, critics pointed out that the Scriptures he used to reach his conclusions about adultery are thousands of years old and insufficient to speak to modern concepts of adultery.

“Those passages merely spoke to abusive forms of adultery. What about people who identify as adulterers?” wrote one religion columnist in The Huffington Post. “We need to take into account the fact that the writers of Scripture didn’t have any concept of committed, faithful adulterers who commit their acts of infidelity in good conscience.” The writer went on to call Christians who hold to conservative views on marriage and adultery as “backward traditionalists.”

At publishing time, the pastor had also made comments rendering him a bigoted “fornicatophobe,” a “polygamaphobe,” and a “pornophobe.”



RE: 'Adulterophobic' Pastor Hatefully Preaches Against Adultery - jovan66102 - 02-14-2021

I LOVE the Bee! Satire at its finest!


RE: 'Adulterophobic' Pastor Hatefully Preaches Against Adultery - FultonFan - 02-14-2021

Lol
That was awesome.
I like especially that they made a point of bringing the cringey huffpo in on the joke.


RE: 'Adulterophobic' Pastor Hatefully Preaches Against Adultery - SeekerofChrist - 02-14-2021

This is a funny bit of satire but, unfortunately, there are folks taking up the banner of "polyamory," the new-ish term for "open relationships" that are billed as "committed" relationships with multiple sexual/romantic partners.  I have to say it is one of the most disgusting things I've come across as of late.   But one will note that this is exactly what conservatives warned about during the same-sex "marriage" debates (before legalization by judicial fiat): the reasoning used to defend social and state recognition of homosexual unions would be extended to other aberrant sexual practices.  We see this now with "committed" open relationships (along with the typical newspeak to make the idea more palatable).


RE: 'Adulterophobic' Pastor Hatefully Preaches Against Adultery - AlanK82 - 02-15-2021

Beyond Gay Marriage

https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2006/08/robert-george-beyond-gay-marri


RE: 'Adulterophobic' Pastor Hatefully Preaches Against Adultery - ChairmanJoeAintMyPresident - 02-15-2021

(02-15-2021, 06:00 PM)AlanK82 Wrote: Beyond Gay Marriage

https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2006/08/robert-george-beyond-gay-marri

Yes, and it will only get worse.

There are people working to normalize every conceivable deviant sexual behavior (and probably some behaviors which are beyond the imagination of a normal, healthy human.)


RE: 'Adulterophobic' Pastor Hatefully Preaches Against Adultery - Augustinian - 02-15-2021

(02-15-2021, 06:44 PM)ChairmanJoeAintMyPresident Wrote:
(02-15-2021, 06:00 PM)AlanK82 Wrote: Beyond Gay Marriage

https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2006/08/robert-george-beyond-gay-marri

Yes, and it will only get worse.

There are people working to normalize every conceivable deviant sexual behavior (and probably some behaviors which are beyond the imagination of a normal, healthy human.)

Just remember that sick people like this individual exist:



RE: 'Adulterophobic' Pastor Hatefully Preaches Against Adultery - SeekerofChrist - 02-15-2021

There are indeed some folks arguing in favor of pedophilia, calling it minor-attracted persons and so on.  I've seen screenshots of men coming out as pedos and trying to hitch their cause to the LGBTQ-alphabet soup movement.  I've also seen people who argue that bestiality shouldn't be illegal.  And so on.  The moral degeneracy of the West is accelerating.  I do not believe that this civilization can be saved and will enter a long decline, before being replaced by a new civilization.


RE: 'Adulterophobic' Pastor Hatefully Preaches Against Adultery - jovan66102 - 02-15-2021

(02-15-2021, 06:00 PM)AlanK82 Wrote: Beyond Gay Marriage

https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2006/08/robert-george-beyond-gay-marri

From fifteen years ago in 2006, nine years before Obergefell v. Hodges. Actually, I'm surprised that some fundie Mormon hasn't already filed a lawsuit.

Remember, this was all enshrined in law when in 1992 in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, Justice Kennedy (a 'conservative' Reagan appointee) wrote: "At the heart of liberty is the right to define one's own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery of human life."


We are now reaping the insanity of Kennedy's opinion.


RE: 'Adulterophobic' Pastor Hatefully Preaches Against Adultery - BobCatholic - 02-15-2021

Remember: the Sexual Revolution is a pagan religion that worships the pelvis as a god. Its Chief Dogma is "when it comes to sex, there are no rules"