Former Navy Chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt Says Marketing Makes You Gay

by Chaplain Klingenschmitt on May 18, 2012 · 0 comments     Print This Post Print This Post

Former Navy Chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt has said everyone is born straight and marketing turns some people gay.

Klingenschmitt made national headlines when he challenged the military’s rule on inclusive prayers during events which include a multi-faith audience such as ship commissionings and change-of-command ceremonies. A born-again Christian, Klingenschmitt demanded the right to pray “in the name of Jesus” in public settings. He was honorably discharged for insubordination.

Appearing on The David Pakman Show, Klingenschmitt condemned President Barack Obama’s recent public announcement in support of gay marriage.

“President Obama is on the wrong side of history,” Klingenschmitt told host David Pakman. “Because ultimately history will be decided by God, who is the judge of all mankind. And people who side with homosexual sin will be judged by God for promoting that sin, including our own president, Barack Obama.”

“When President Obama endorsed homosexual marriage, he blamed Jesus Christ. … He said that Jesus taught the Golden Rule. … That’s false Bible teaching. The president is teaching the opposite of what Jesus Christ himself taught about gay marriage.”

Klingenschmitt insisted that nobody is born gay and that the gay community must recruit to repopulate itself.

“The marketing of homosexuality has an agenda that is to repopulate their population by recruiting the children of heterosexuals. … This is what this whole marketing scheme for pro-homosexual movement is all about.”

“Marketing is related to the demonic,” he added, “because the devil wants to recruit people into sin.”

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Former Navy Chaplain Gordon James Klingenschmitt, PhD ("Dr. Chaps") defends religious freedom to pray "in Jesus' name." As a Christian pastor he can preach the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ or lead a Bible Study at your Church.

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