Monday, June 14, 2010

Ugandan Pastor's gay porn stunt?!?



Martin Ssempa A Ugandan Pastor, has went to extreme measures in trying to persuade people on how evil homosexuality is and garner support for legislation. Last Wednesday Ssempa showed gay porn in his church.



I guess maybe he was trying to show the people, how much anal sex hurts!?!

LOL!


I can’t understand why else you would show porn to prove something isn't good.

For I bear them record that they have a zeal of God, but not according to knowledge 
(Romans 10:2)

The Ugandan pastor, is one of the chief supporters of a internationally controversial Anti-Homosexuality Bill.


The stunt has alarmed gay rights supporters. It has also troubled Christians, including those who believe homosexual behavior is sin.

In addition Ssempa displayed pornographic photos of white men from about the 1970s "doing what he considered to be dangerous acts in the bedroom."

 








Defending his actions, Ssempa told the BBC's Network Africa program, "In Africa, what you do in your bedroom affects our clan, it affects our tribe, it affects our nation. "We are in the process of legislation and we have to educate ourselves about what homosexuals do."

Homosexuality is currently illegal in Uganda, and the Anti-Homosexuality Bill is to strengthen the criminalization of the behavior. Those suspected of "aggravated homosexuality" and who are HIV-positive or engage in sexual acts with those under 18 years of age could face life imprisonment or the death penalty. The measure will also impose punishments on gay organization supporters, as well as those who do not report homosexual's to authorities.

President Obama recently called the bill "odious."

The Anglican Church of Uganda, released a statement earlier this month expressing support for the bill with amendments –

Specifically, the Anglican Church of Uganda calls for the exemption of health care professionals, pastors and counselors who may minister to homosexuals or care for HIV patients from punishment.







Church leaders on the Uganda National Pastors Task Force Against Homosexuality, whom has also backed the bill, favors 20 years imprisonment rather than the death penalty.

Last month Lindsey Potter, a Pacific Lutheran University student, studying in Kampala, Uganda's capital city, blogged about a power point about what 'homosexuals do in their bedrooms.'




The U.S Government has since been charged with funding anti-homosexual groups in Uganda.



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May the Lord add a blessing to the consideration of His word.



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