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Black Pastor “Comes Out” asks Obama for invitation to WH encourages others to “come out” on social media

Posted in Black Conservative, Black Pastor, homosexuality with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 18, 2014 by saynsumthn

Pastor_and_Sister_Patterson_2011In a video posted online, Church of God In Christ Pastor Richard E. Patterson, Sr., has Comes Out as a Straight, Heterosexual Man, criticizing president Obama for inviting gay people to the White House simply because of their sexual preference.

The growing climate of heterophobia is of great concern to me,” Pastor Patterson states.

Pastor Patterson calls for hate crimes legislation to be enacted for heterosexual people.

He asks President Obama, ‘I want My Invitation’ to the White House.

“To our president, Mr. Barack Obama, it is a direct slap in the face to ignore heterosexual couples such as my wife and me. To trot out a gay couple at your recent state dinner where you entertained the French President. Mr. Collins, a former MBA player receives an invitation, simply because he came out last year as gay. Well, I have now come out as straight and I expect the same courtesy and if not it will be viewed as a direct slap in the face to those who live our lives as straight heterosexual individuals every day. We pay our taxes, we obey the laws of the land, I want my invitation. states Pastor Patterson.

He then encourages everyone else to “come Out” on facebook, twitter and other social media outlets.

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Patterson, is Pastor of St. Samuel Temple Church of God in Christ, Chicago, Illinois.

The church has posted this statement in their website:

Given the heightened sensitivity around the issue of same-sex marriage we feel it important to state our position on this crucial matter.

St. Samuel Temple Church of God in Christ believes in the practice of living a Saved and Sanctified life as detailed in the Holy Scriptures. We disavow the practice of any
immoral act, or sin, i.e. adultery, homosexuality, child molestation and such like contained in the Bible.

We believe that marriage is between a man and woman and the God-intended family springs hopeful from such a union.

We do not endorse, support, or encourage hatred, mistreatment, or abuse of any kind against anyone, because of their beliefs or practices. We also expect the same respect and consideration for the stand we take with regard to our beliefs from those who may oppose them.

It is our hope that this ministry can provide an environment where the sinner can find a place to confess his sins and receive prayer for deliverance.

Bishop says child conceived thru rape not created by God but a “baby from a demon seed”

Posted in Black Pastor, Blacks leave Democrat Party with tags , , , , , , , on January 23, 2014 by saynsumthn

Recently a Black Bishop left the Democrat Party because of their views on may issues he had troubles with. However, this supposed Man-Of-God told a panel of religious people that if a woman is raped and becomes pregnant that God did not create that child, rather it is a product of a DEMON SEED.

mortonAccording to reports, Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. has announced he is abandoning the Democrat Party. For years, African Americans have voted overwhelmingly for any and everybody on the Democratic ticket. However, due to the recent “direction” of Democratic leadership, Bishop Paul S. Morton is taking a stand. “For the first time in my life I’m coming out as an independent!” he states.

“I have been a Democrat since I started voting in America, but this party is getting farther and farther away from what Kingdom people believe. For too long, Democrats have taken our vote for granted but kingdom people have rights too, and don’t want to be taken for granted. We will not just except anything.”

At the 2013 Pastors and Ministry Workers Conference in Nashville, Morton ridiculed the Republican Party’s stance on abortion, “A man rapes you on the street from a demon seed and you’ve got to have that baby from a demon seed, that’s not what God conceived. You’re hav’n your daddy’s baby. [mocking tone] “No we’ve got to have it because we don’t believe in abortion” We don’t believe in abortion but, my God, have some common sense.”

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He tells Worship360, “These Republicans are also antagonistic toward women who find themselves in emotionally devastating situations as a result of rape. I don’t believe a woman should be forced to bring a child into the world if she has been raped by her father, or suffered the violent molestation of her body by a complete stranger.There are even times when a woman must decide to terminate because bearing a child would put her life in danger.

By no means am I supporting abortion! I’m definitely “pro-life” but there are certain situations that require careful examination and adjudication. You can’t “blanketly” decide! That’s going too far and it’s not the Kingdom way (God’s way).

At the same time, Democrats have become too liberal. Nothing is sin anymore! If nothing is sin anymore, “WHY” would we need Jesus?
We still acknowledge that it is Jesus who forgives us when we repent of our sins.

America has become arrogant! We ignore God’s Word, and we reject biblical morality. I can’t support what God condemns! God does not condone sexual sin. God does not agree with same sex marriage, adultery, fornication or polygamy.

While I understand that people have the right to make these choices; and while I agree that it is NOT my job to force anyone to stop anything, I do fully embrace my assignment to preach the Kingdom message!
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Morton’s views on whether babies conceived in Rape deserve life would differ from rape conceived survivors like Juda Myers and Rebecca Kiessling among most pro-life people.

You can read stories of rape conception stories here.

When you support abortions for rape and incest what you are really saying is that children should die for the crimes of their fathers. I hope Bishop Morton will see what he is fully advocating and change his views to protect all children no matter what their father’s have done.

As stated very well by Life Dynamics president Mark Crutcher, “There is no such position as “pro-life with exceptions.” It is impossible to accurately label someone pro-life who approves killing certain groups of children such as those conceived in rape or incest. It is as illogical as someone in 1860 saying, ” I am an abolitionist but I believe slavery should be legal in some circumstances.” The only legitimate pro-life position is that an unborn child is morally equivalent to and has the same rights as a born child. When someone says they are pro-life but that abortion should be allowed in some circumstances, the question is whether they would support killing a five-year old in those same circumstances. The bottom line is that when someone says they are “pro-life with exceptions” what they are saying is that they support the “choice” to kill some babies (conceived in rape, handicapped, etc.) but oppose the “choice” to kill other babies. In other words, the only honest way to define that position is “pro-choice with exceptions.”

Black Bishop abandoning Democrat Party still supports aborting children for crime of their fathers

Posted in Black Pastor, Blacks leave Democrat Party with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 6, 2014 by saynsumthn

mortonAccording to reports, Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. has announced he is abandoning the Democrat Party. For years, African Americans have voted overwhelmingly for any and everybody on the Democratic ticket. However, due to the recent “direction” of Democratic leadership, Bishop Paul S. Morton is taking a stand. “For the first time in my life I’m coming out as an independent!” he states.

“I have been a Democrat since I started voting in America, but this party is getting farther and farther away from what Kingdom people believe. For too long, Democrats have taken our vote for granted but kingdom people have rights too, and don’t want to be taken for granted. We will not just except anything.”

At the 2013 Pastors and Ministry Workers Conference in Nashville, Morton ridiculed the Republican Party’s stance on abortion, “A man rapes you on the street from a demon seed and you’ve got to have that baby from a demon seed, that’s not what God conceived. You’re hav’n your daddy’s baby. [mocking tone] “No we’ve got to have it because we don’t believe in abortion” We don’t believe in abortion but, my God, have some common sense.”

He tells Worship360, “These Republicans are also antagonistic toward women who find themselves in emotionally devastating situations as a result of rape. I don’t believe a woman should be forced to bring a child into the world if she has been raped by her father, or suffered the violent molestation of her body by a complete stranger.There are even times when a woman must decide to terminate because bearing a child would put her life in danger.

By no means am I supporting abortion! I’m definitely “pro-life” but there are certain situations that require careful examination and adjudication. You can’t “blanketly” decide! That’s going too far and it’s not the Kingdom way (God’s way).

At the same time, Democrats have become too liberal. Nothing is sin anymore! If nothing is sin anymore, “WHY” would we need Jesus?
We still acknowledge that it is Jesus who forgives us when we repent of our sins.

America has become arrogant! We ignore God’s Word, and we reject biblical morality. I can’t support what God condemns! God does not condone sexual sin. God does not agree with same sex marriage, adultery, fornication or polygamy.

While I understand that people have the right to make these choices; and while I agree that it is NOT my job to force anyone to stop anything, I do fully embrace my assignment to preach the Kingdom message!
Rape-postcard-1

Morton’s views on whether babies conceived in Rape deserve life would differ from rape conceived survivors like Juda Myers and Rebecca Kiessling among most pro-life people.

You can read stories of rape conception stories here.

When you support abortions for rape and incest what you are really saying is that children should die for the crimes of their fathers. I hope Bishop Morton will see what he is fully advocating and change his views to protect all children no matter what their father’s have done.

As stated very well by Life Dynamics president Mark Crutcher, “There is no such position as “pro-life with exceptions.” It is impossible to accurately label someone pro-life who approves killing certain groups of children such as those conceived in rape or incest. It is as illogical as someone in 1860 saying, ” I am an abolitionist but I believe slavery should be legal in some circumstances.” The only legitimate pro-life position is that an unborn child is morally equivalent to and has the same rights as a born child. When someone says they are pro-life but that abortion should be allowed in some circumstances, the question is whether they would support killing a five-year old in those same circumstances. The bottom line is that when someone says they are “pro-life with exceptions” what they are saying is that they support the “choice” to kill some babies (conceived in rape, handicapped, etc.) but oppose the “choice” to kill other babies. In other words, the only honest way to define that position is “pro-choice with exceptions.”