A United Methodist Church in Twin Falls, Idaho has been sponsoring drag queen events at a local nightclub in the area which features one the church’s very own parishioners. Twin Falls United Methodist Church hosted the Drag Queen Theology gathering at the local Yellow Brick Café.
Of course, what men dressed up as women and gyrating on stage has to do with theology, salvation, or the mission of the Church is still up in the air, but at least one parishioner of the church made a name for himself as he — who recently moved to town with his husband — answered questions from the audience and performs as a drag queen named Chaise Manhattan.
“For us, this is the most progressive church in town,” Smith told the denomination’s local conference news outlet. “This is the first church that felt like home; like family.”
Apparently, in a denomination that is currently facing the judgment of God as He mercifully gives people one last chance to repent as He calls His people out of her as it moves closer to a split, sexually confused men who can’t figure out that God hates perversion and His wrath abides on them as they put on a disturbing display of Romans 1 is just par for the course.
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Apparently they held a “panel discussion” too and fielded “tough questions” from the audience as they joked. But God is not laughing — He will not be mocked (Galatians 6:7).