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Pastor slams treatment of gay people by Christians: ‘You’re doing what slave masters did to us’

A Georgia pastor is creating a stir after his sermon condemning the treatment of LGBT people by Christian churches made its way online.

A Georgia pastor is creating a stir after his sermon condemning the treatment of LGBT people by Christian churches made its way online.

Pastor E. Dewey Smith of the House of Hope, Greater Travelers Rest church in Decatur can be seen in the video slamming fellow church leaders for judging gay people while changing “wives like we change underwear.”

“These folks are an abomination, they are nasty,” Smith said, mimicking how Christians characterize gay people. “Tell you what you do then. Go find every song that’s been written by a gay person for the last 100 years and don’t sing it in church. Let’s see how many songs you can minister on that Sunday.”

“We demonize and dehumanize the same people that we use and we don’t say nothing about the gay choir director because he’s good for business” Smith continued to roaring applause. “As long as the choir sounds good, I ain’t saying nothing about his sexuality. We have done what the slave master did to us. Dehumanize us, degrade us, demonize us, but then use them for our advantage.”

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h/t The Raw Story

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  1. d bur

    July 29, 2015 at 12:58 am

    Ah no, comparing blacks to gays is like comparing apples to a steak sandwiches.
    Blacks are a race, they are not a sexual preference.
    It is not a sin to be black. Lustful sexual perversion is and always will be a sin.

    Just so we are clear, IT IS NOT THE PEOPLE THEMSELVES THAT G-D HAS A PROBLEM WITH. It is their choice to commit sexual sin which goes against G-d. It is mocking G-d and G-d will not be mocked. Each persons choices they make will have a consequence. Whether they choose to have unnatural sex with a same gender, or an animal, or even if a man cheats on his wife. It is adultery whether.

    So mr. Dewey, you are leading your flock astray, and you will be worse off than, your flock, for their blood will be on your hands.

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