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Brandan Robertson, a homosexual and self-described “pastor” and a rising star in progressive evangelicalism says that unless you are a “gay-affirming” Christian, then your theology can only lead you to conclude one thing, that you want all gays to die.

Robertson is an advocate for sexual immorality and teaches that premarital sex is “good” and “healthy.” Of course, conservative bible-believing Christians would never consider Robertson’s claims to Christianity valid, but the world sees things like this and brings reproach upon Christ.

As Christians, we are called to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations. It brings God glory to proclaim the truth about him, while false teachers like this pervert the name of God to promote themselves. God does not affirm homosexuality nor is Robertson or any other unrepentant homosexual in good standing with God. The reality is that true Christians do not want homosexuals to die, but they will die — a second death — and spend eternity in Hell apart from Christ.

In this video, Robertson starts off with an extremist, fundamentalist Baptist preacher stating that he isn’t sad that 50 pedophiles died in the Pulse nightclub shooting several years ago. This pastor’s position is not a biblical position and Christians do not seek the vigilante death of other sinners. That, of course, is heresy. But then, Robertson goes on to assert that unless you take the opposite extreme, that is, affirmation and acceptance of “gay Christianity,” then you can only logically land here.

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This is nothing more than an attempt for Robertson to justify his own immorality and call what is evil “good.”

Woe to those who call evil good
    and good evil,
who put darkness for light
    and light for darkness,
who put bitter for sweet
    and sweet for bitter!
— Isaiah 5:20

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