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01/08/2013

Audio: FL pastor Jeffrey Smith equates homosexuality with serial killing, molestation, rape

by Jeremy Hooper

His whole sermon on 12/16/12 was built around making gays seem perverted, sick (with mentions of fake ailments like "gay bowel syndrome"), and marked for suffering. It's this equation, however, that is the most offensive (and dangerous) for Jeffrey Smith to preach and for his congregants to internalize:


FULL SERMON:Homosexual Perversion [Sermon Audio]

Love is natural to me. Compassion is natural to me. Critical thinking is natural to me. Humor is natural to me. Wanting to do good by my community and world is natural to me. Detesting murder (and weapons of murder) is natural to me. Building a stronger tomorrow is natural to me. Sex with my legally web husband is natural to me. Peace is natural to me. Dancing like no one is watching is natural to me. Taking deep breaths and finding my place of Zen when others try liken me to a murderer is natural to me.

Using faith as as a bully club, however? It's never made sense to me. Not in my nature.

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