FLORIDA: DeSantis' Pastor Defends Uganda's Death Penalty For Gay People.

FLORIDA – DeSantis’ Pastor Defends Uganda’s Death Penalty For Gay People.

Evil is as evil does.

Florida Baptist pastor Tom Ascol—who delivered the invocation at Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ second inauguration—support’s Uganda’s death penalty for being gay.

Ascol took to Twitter the new home of hate and propaganda to respond to Ted Cruz’s criticism of Uganda’s law, which imposes the death penalty for “aggravated homosexuality.”

Ascol cited a King James interpretation of an Old Testament verse from Leviticus 20:13:

“If a man lies with a male as with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination; they shall surely be put to death; their blood is upon them.”

He added:

“Was this law God gave to His old covenant people ‘horrific and wrong’?”

Ascol was also involved in authoring The Dallas Statement, which denounced same-sex attraction and same-sex marriage as against “God’s design.” The statement rejected the acceptance of LGBT+ Christians and dismissed gender fluidity, intersectionality, radical feminism, and critical race theory as inconsistent with biblical teachings.

13 thoughts on “FLORIDA – DeSantis’ Pastor Defends Uganda’s Death Penalty For Gay People.

  1. I think anyone that judges another human being is the wrong one
    It says do not judge, and you will not be judged
    These are falsehood that you are spewing that never came from God

    1. I don’t judge. Understand what you are saying. but it does say in the Bible that God created man and woman to become one. Gay marriage is a sin. I don’t care who you are a sin is a sin. Just like judging is a sin. But instead of judging why don’t we all not worry about who is gay or who isn’t gay and live life like normal, who cares who is gay. Not me! Let them be them! We can love someone but don’t have to support their decisions.

  2. Religion is a personal choice and Bible was written by men interpreting their vision of a god, furthermore the Old Testament is radically different than the new, Jesus never said homosexuality was a sin in any quote or prayer , the apostles may have shared their beliefs

    Anyhow in America the Bible doesn’t rule

  3. To the preacher. I know that you have heard of the new covenant. Jesus Christ came to this earth, to save us all from all our sins and transgressions. he also came to this earth to prophesy and teach right from wrong. He never forced the gospel on anybody or said we should be put people to death if they sinned and he certainly didn’t intend for us to judge one another.
    In the end we will all be judged for our sins. This includes us judging each other of our sins. Is that right preacher?

  4. Judge not, least ye be judged. Also, I do believe lying is a sin. In addition, I do believe we were told we should love thy brother as thyself, but mo mention of exclusion.

  5. You sure it’s not Tony As*#ole? Anyone supporting this supposed rep of God & Jesus(love over hate) needs to question their own sanity and moral standing. And supported by desantis… Such a horrible little man

  6. FACT: More murders and deaths have occurred BECAUSE of “Christians” than ANY OTHER GROUP since the beginning of time. It seems that the whole do unto others as yourself and love thy neighbor is only applied if you behave and believe EXACTLY as they do. If you don’t see anything wrong with that– you must be just like this Pastor and twisted Governor DEESantis.

  7. This is the kind of Pastor that hides his sins behind the holy books. No one has the right to tell someone how to live. Who to love and what to do with their life. Worry about those individuals who try to do harm to others and impose their negative views onto others. People should learn to live their life and not try to control others. LOVE IS LOVE ❤️

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