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08/09/2013

FRC's VP of Church Ministries: We may have to use armed resistance against our government; God 'not a pacifist'

by Jeremy Hooper

What you are about to hear is a ten minute audio clip of the Family Research Council's Vice President of Church Ministries, Kenyn Cureton, scaring congregants of a Tennessee church into believing that our nation could devolve into a bloody battle in the streets. So grab your guns, folks, before that pesky President takes them from you. Oh, and do it for your warrior lord:


Gods, Guns, and Government [First Baptist Church of Morristown, TN]

Just to remind you, Mr. Cureton has previously said that gay people are "pawns in the hands of their malevolent master" the Devil and has called the same-sex marriage fight "a great spiritual war with the forces of evil directed by the prince of darkness himself." He has also called on preachers to rise up in "spiritual revolution" against us.

So when you hear Mr. Cureton say God is coming to "wage war on evil with a sword flashing out of his mouth" and say that this same God is "looking for warriors today," you would not be an alarmist if you feared what his implications might mean for LGBT Americans. In fact, you'd be downright ignorant if you overlooked what this top FRC surrogate is so clearly saying/fomenting here. It's truly scary stuff.

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**Also be sure to note, at 8:29, where Kenyn descries the "limp wristed wimps" who would run from the battle he's suggesting. One doesn't arbitrarily choose that phrase.

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**Oh, and in this same sermon, he told the congregants that gay people's marriages will "never be right in the high court of heaven":

In case you had any remaining questions about which side of God's army he puts us on.

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