It’s always good for a laugh to hear some of the insane comments that fundamentalist Christian pastors like to spout. So here’s John Hagee, the senior pastor of San Antonio’s Cornerstone Church, who would like to arrest a lot of women, because women who shout God’s name during sex should be prosecuted.
“There is no greater sin in terms of wrongly using God’s name than women who use it during sex, says Hagee. That is one of the filthiest, most derogatory and sinful uses of the Lord’s name I can think of. If it were up to me, I would put every single woman or girl who does that in jail.”
Other pearls of wisdom from Texas – “All hurricanes are acts of God because God controls the heavens. I believe that New Orleans had a level of sin that was offensive to God and they were recipients of the judgment of God for that.”
“Do you know the difference between a woman with PMS and a snarling Doberman pinscher? The answer is lipstick. Do you know the difference between a terrorist and a woman with PMS? You can negotiate with a terrorist.”
“It is impossible to call yourself a Christian and defend homosexuality. There is no justification or acceptance of homosexuality…. Homosexuality means the death of society because homosexuals can recruit, but they cannot reproduce.”
“If you live your life and don’t confess your sins to God Almighty through the authority of Christ and His blood, I’m going to say this very plainly, you’re going straight to hell with a nonstop ticket.”
“Want to know why American students’ SAT scores are falling? We’ve kicked the light of the world out of the classroom.”
“We have allowed the worship of Satanism in the U.S. military, most Americans are not aware of that.”
“Since my money is God’s money, every spending decision I make is a spiritual decision.”
“I believe the Bible is very specific to the fact that we do live in the end of days.”
Hagee does not believe in global warming, and he also said that he sees the Kyoto Protocol as a conspiracy aimed at manipulating the U.S. economy.
The Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, is a nondenominational, evangelical church with more than 19,000 active members.