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08/12/2013

FRC's VP of Church Ministries: Saying gays are pawns of the Devil doesn't make me a hater

by Jeremy Hooper

Here is the Family Research Council's Vice President of Church Ministries, Kenyn Cureton, giving one of his favorite speeches about gay people being controlled by our "malevolent master" the devil as we fight for the "evil" world that we desire. Only this time, he couples it with an insistence that his words contain neither bigotry nor hate. Listen in:


"Stand for Faith, Family, And Freedom" Sermon [Community Bible Church at Sunriver]

Well who could ever interpret that as being hostile? It's love, I tell ya. Pure, dripping love! And you if choose to judge Mr. Cureton by his own words rather than his self-determination? Then You're just an activist with an agenda. Obviously.

As a followup, I hear Kenyn will proceed to sing a full karaoke rendition of "American Pie" and then insist that his words never once rhymed "Chevy" and "levy."

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