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Friday, April 6, 2007

Notes From The Prayer Warrior

posted by on April 6 at 14:45 PM

Good Friday edition…


Thank you for praying for all the media events I was involved in yesterday! I felt your prayers and they made me bold in the Lord! To God be the glory! God just moved me out of the way and He took over. I just want to let you know of one of the responses I received this morning from the Editor of Venus Magazine. Please click on the link and read this amazing story.
Pastor Hutcherson,

I thoroughly enjoyed you last night on CNN with Anderson Cooper. No compromises! I loved your bold stance on biblical principles with regard to homosexuality. And that’s saying a lot coming from me. One year ago I would be writing to blast you for being a gay bigot. The Lord saved me after 29 years of gay activism and 13 years publishing a magazine supporting the black gay community. I printed my own testimony on our cover a few months ago which caused a firestorm reaction within the gay community. Please take a look.

God Bless, Have a Happy Resurrection Day!


What one life can do when it is living in obedience to the Lord Jesus Christ!

Pastor Hutch

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so now she(the linked article sure looks like a lesbian to me)is takin' dick in the name of Jesus?
Oh Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints, Oh the glory, Praise his name, halle-fucking-lu-yah

Ridiculous, if ya ain't gay now, ya never were, sheesh

now as a gay man, c'mon over here and let me stuff it in ya, and tell me how much you like it. That goes for you too Hutch.

Posted by Matthew | April 6, 2007 2:56 PM

That's hilarious. I imagine there are a lot of rather annoyed lesbians who now find themselves bizarrely subscribed to a Kristian Kook magazine. I wonder how the advertising and business staff feel about their boss's brain implosion.

Posted by Fnarf | April 6, 2007 3:02 PM

I visited the magazines blog and chose to leave this message:

When are people going to realize that not everyone is christian, not everyone believes in a deity, and the United States, albeit founded on Christian PRINCIPLES, is a secular country. Why then are the so called “Christians” breaking their own rules by involving themselves in matters outside the church.
“Be in the world, not of it” says the apostle Paul, yet they continue to stick their noses into affairs that are completely outside the body of the church. I hope you and your magazine can stand before your God on judgment day and justify your continued violations from your own rule book. Oh and lastly, if you aint gay now, you never were so stop trying to push your agenda on those of us who believe in CONSTITUTIONAL law in conjunction with the “God’s Law” that you continue to force on us all.

Comment by Matthew — April 6, 2007 @ 5:18 pm

Christians have two reasons to "hate" me, #1 I'm a big queer and #2 I was raised in a very orthodox denomination of Christianity that put studying "god's" word above all else so we, from infants, were taught all of the bible, I know it like the back of my hand....and man oh man do they get mad when I quote their own rule book back to them.
Now I'm no leader here people and I'm not trying to piss off any christians who may read this(who the fuck are you anyway?)but best advice is if you want to win the arguement, know your enemy backwards and forwards. Read their rule book and use it against them. Show them the fucking light and get them to crawl back in their little sanctuaries where they belong and let the rest of us live our lives. Our big GAY lives.
Ah, that feels so much better, happy friday!

Posted by matthew | April 6, 2007 3:29 PM

I wonder if she'll actually start dating men, or just remain a relationshipless, sexless lesbian who thinks she's not gay.

Posted by him | April 6, 2007 4:16 PM

hey him the picture of her says it all. D'oh, I am so going to hell, only now I'm in the express lane.

Posted by Matthew | April 6, 2007 4:32 PM

So, SLOG, no report on the CNN lovefest between closeted homo Anderson Cooper and the good Dr. Rev. Special Envoy to Latvia Hutch? I couldn't force myself to watch it (besides, I don't have cable), but I'm kinda curious how it went. Did Dr/Rev/Envoy Hutch end up looking like a moron? Or did they take him seriously?

Posted by SDA in SEA | April 6, 2007 4:40 PM

When I read shit by Hutch and the rest I can only be glad I am an atheist.

Posted by Andrew | April 6, 2007 7:25 PM

to second sda @6, eli, please give us a rundown on the cnn interview, as i also do not have cable, nor tivo, nor spare time during prime time. would you, pretty please?

Posted by ellarosa | April 6, 2007 7:49 PM

Larry Flynt needs to go have a talk with her.

Posted by Victoria | April 9, 2007 3:25 PM

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