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Hate-Filled AZ Pastor Says Christians Should Bathe In ‘F*ggot’ Blood While Singing Psalms

Steven Anderson is the pastor of Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona, and he’s also one of the most disgusting and reprehensible human beings to ever walk upon the face of the earth. This monumental so-called Christian hates everyone: Muslims, Jews, women, the LGBT community, and anyone who dares to disagree with his interpretation of the Bible.

But now Anderson has sunk to an all-time low, even for him. In a recent sermon, this asshat said that he wanted to draw his congregation’s attention to Psalm 58:10, which reads:

“The righteous will be glad when they are avenged, when they dip their feet in the blood of the wicked.”

Anderson referenced this passage of the Old Testament because he said it applies today to homosexuals, whom he called “reprobates,” then added:

“Why would God want us to sing about washing our feet in the blood of the wicked in the New Testament? Can someone explain that to me? Because it’s  valid today. Because it still stands. Because God is still the same God.”

Yes, Steven Anderson just said that Christians should wash their feet in the blood of any LGBT person they happen to come across because that’s what God wants, even today.

As if that wasn’t enough, Anderson then claimed that homosexuals don’t enjoy the same things as “normal” people. Things such as loving another person, walking in the park, taking their dog for a stroll:

“Who here struggles really hard to not be a homo. I mean it’s really hard. Other men are just so appealing and it’s a struggle – No, you’re like gross, it’s disgusting. Look, the only way that a dude would lust after another dude is if God gave him over unto vile affections to do those things.”

But it’s quite apparent to me that Steven Anderson has never bothered to read the words of the person he claims as his savior, Jesus Christ, who said:

“Do not judge, or you too will be judged.”

Pastor Anderson has a lot of judgment coming his way. Instead of hating on others, he should be down on his knees begging for forgiveness from the God he pretends to serve.

Here’s Steven Anderson on one of his rants:

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By Andrew Bradford

Proud progressive journalist and political adviser living behind enemy lines in Red America.

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