Ex-ex-gay minister speaks out against ex-gay movement

There’s psychological damage when change doesn’t occur, when sexual orientation remains homosexual. I certainly heard stories and knew people who committed suicide. I’ve seen what I believe is a higher incidence of risky behavior and alcohol and drug use among a lot of people who go through an ex-gay ministry. A lot of it is because of spiritual conflict that emerges going through that, feeling betrayed by God, feeling betrayed by the church.

[…]

Legally, I believe they should be allowed to exist. But I don’t believe they should be state-sanctioned. Ex-gay ministries are primarily religious. They should not be allowed to go into public schools any more than representatives of a church, mosque or synagogue. But Exodus Youth [an Exodus International outreach group] is distributing brochures and flyers in public high schools. They are telling teenagers that they should be willing to sacrifice their sexuality because Jesus sacrificed his life for us. So they should be willing to give whatever God asks in exchange for salvation.

Full Story: Intelligence Report.

(via OVO).

(Particularly relevant if this is true).

5 Comments

  1. http://www.dallasvoice.com/artman/publish/article_7530.php

    Other interesting links via Slog: under “Unfuckingbelievable”,

    http://slog.thestranger.com/

  2. Thank you for the link. The worst thing I do to Christians is make fun of their beliefs. What’s the worst thing they do?

  3. The religious revolution is just beginning, so hang on Trevor. Some interpret the prophecies of Armageddon and the coming of The Great Beast as the death of the Abrahmaic religions who worship the Dying God (Osiris, Jesus,etc). This will be interesting to watch. It might also become more brutal and bloody than we think.

Comments are closed.

© 2021 Technoccult

Theme by Anders NorénUp ↑

%d bloggers like this: