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Video: Mocking Jesus' teachings or those who claim to follow them?

by Jeremy Hooper

Clever parody or frightening reality? You decide:

We're fairly certain it's a joke. The truly frightening thing, however, is that the typically unhinged behavior and rhetoric of our fringe opposition has led us to have any doubt in the first place.

Evangelize to Gays [YouTube]

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Your thoughts

Thank you!!! I have seen the light and the error of my gay ways. I didn't know that being gay was worse that being a fornicator, adulter, and pork eater. Thank you, cause now I know that if I stop sucking dick; I will accepted in to heaven. I didn't know that being gay was the only sin for which there is no forgivness or redemption.

Now all I have to do is not screw another guy and I can sin all I want and still get into heaven, because GOD will forgive all those other sins I commit. WOW.. I never realized how lucky strait people.. oh sorry.. "us" strait people are.

Posted by: Edward H | Jan 4, 2008 12:58:17 PM

Edward: I'm pretty sure he's trying to make a point about evangelical hypocrisy.

Posted by: G-A-Y | Jan 4, 2008 1:05:14 PM

Edward: Don't feel too bad. The commenters on YouTube seemed to believe this was serious also. It is, however, clearly satirical. ("I might have to throw an apple core", Come on now.)

Posted by: GayMormonBoy | Jan 4, 2008 1:55:57 PM

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