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Hipster Pastor Fired for "Moral Failures"
I KNEW those skinny jeans were trouble.
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There’s a very good chance you’re reading this with the election coverage playing in the background. Stay positive, the math is on our side— now please enjoy this distraction from the monotony.
Justin Bieber’s favorite hipster Pastor Carl Lentz of Hillsong NYC has been fired for “a recent revelation of moral failures.” He said this afternoon that he had been “unfaithful,” but he did not elaborate.
Earlier this year End Times preacher Irvin Baxter went on Jim Bakker’s show to suggest COVID-19 is a punishment from God for the sin of fornication. Guess who went and died of COVID-19 this week?
We didn’t want the crabby old bloke to die, but his ignorance was dangerous to others and obviously himself.
We have another very unscientific coronavirus theory to share with you, this time from televangelist Robin Bullock. While he looks liable to burst into an ‘80s rock ballad at any moment, he instead opens his mouth to blame those who voted for Hillary Clinton, “the champion of abortion herself,” for COVID.
Yesterday it was Paula White, today it’s right-wing Pastor Robert Henderson summoning angels down from Heaven to help Trump win the election.
For a party that’s so accusatory of voter fraud, they sure like to invite un-democratic interference…
You may enjoy this viral conversation between “classic liberal” (and PragerU enthusiast) Dave Rubin and our friend and FFRF attorney Andrew Seidel:
Why do people listen to “Prophetess” Kat Kerr? Oh wait, we do—but that’s because we can’t look away. Here she is rattling on about going to a football game in Heaven where both teams play for points to give to Jesus.
Finally, I’m still trying to make sense of this: