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You Should Become A Christian Because God Kills Mothers To Inspire Their Sons To Stop Being Gay?

Christian preacher Michael Voris wants you to become a Christian.

Why would you do this?

Do it, says Voris, because God answered his mother’s prayer to be made to suffer so that Voris would stop being gay. Voris says that God gave his mother a deadly, painful cancer, and that it worked – now he’s not gay any more…

… except that Voris says he was never really just gay. He just lived with homosexual men and had sex with them.

Voris wants you to convert to Christianity, but he’d also like you to buy the Five Holy Wounds Of Jesus Candleholder that he is selling, so that he can use the profits to continue to spread the message of how wonderful it is that his mother got cancer and died after enduring terrible pain. “I was thrilled, over the top with gratitude, with what God had done for me through my mom and her suffering,” says Voris.

Are you buying this argument?

10 thoughts on “You Should Become A Christian Because God Kills Mothers To Inspire Their Sons To Stop Being Gay?”

  1. Frank says:

    and why should we care?

    1. J Clifford says:

      We should care because his bizarre beliefs actually represent the opinions of a large number of Republicans, who have control over the Congress, and are trying to take the White House too.

      1. Dave says:

        J, do write comments like that just to piss people off? Do you really believe what you said? Michael Voris sounds like a Democrat to me. Evangelical types who inhabit the Republican Party believe that God loves people. The other religious types believe God is an angry, vindictive monster who enjoys afflicting people. That kind are overwhelmingly Democrats.

        1. J Clifford says:

          Like GOP preacher Pat Robertson, right?

          Ha.

          Nasty Franklin Graham, a Democrat?

          1. Dave says:

            The “five holy wounds” and candle marketing sound like this nut has a Catholic background. Catholics overwhelmingly vote Democrat. This guy does not represent the opinions of a large number of Republicans.

          2. J Clifford says:

            In the U.S. House of Representatives, there are 69 Republican Catholics and 68 Democratic Catholics.

          3. ella says:

            “In the U.S. House of Representatives, there are 69 Republican Catholics and 68 Democratic Catholics.” J Clifford

            In the United States Senate there are: 26 Catholics; 7 Mormons; 9 Jewish; 1 Buddhist; 2 Unaffiliated; 55 various denominations
            Senator Harry Reid is a Mormon – just an aside.

          4. Dave says:

            I’m talking about voters, not congresscritters.

          5. ella says:

            “”This guy does not represent the opinions of a large number of Republicans.”” quoted from Dave’s post

            This guy does not represent the opinions of true Christians. There are many who actually are followers of the Biblical teachings of Christ, who have profound respect for the Creator God, (my version of the title) but there are many more who simply say, “I am Christian”, without having any idea what that truly means. There are people who have doctorates and teach what they wish or their personal views of the Bible, or for professional purposes; there are those who graduated from high school, had an epiphany and a desperate desire to teach what they do not know, rather than just testify; There are those who use the name of God for their personal agenda’s – to impress others; There are those who have used the name of Christianity/God for power and money;There are those who actually have studied the ancient manuscripts and traveled the world to learn history, studied the definitions, and learned what to teach, then do so. It is a mish/mash of thoughts that come across as Christianity in America.

            By the way, the Temple of Satan denounced Cruz as not compassionate or honest enough for Satan. They did not mention his penchant for lying, however. Those who endorse him seem to be being tainted with the same brush.

  2. ella says:

    J Clifford, this comment is right in line with the way the people in the article (link below) feel about Christianity – they hate it. But placing one man’s opinion and/or personal experience in the guise of a political party is as brilliant as Cruz saying, because the people who follow him, believe him (Cruz), Boehner called him Lucifer. Well, maybe that isn’t so far off, but really that is giving Cruz way too much credit. And there is only one original Lucifer.
    http://www.meforum.org/5970/how-islam-erases-christianity-from-history

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