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Church on University Campus Hosts Drag Queen “Pride” Event

by | Nov 17, 2021

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Emory Pride, a pro-sodomy organization at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, recently held its annual drag show at Glenn Memorial Chapel, a Methodist church affiliated with the school. While gay affirmation and other forms of sexual deviancy and immorality are nothing new to apostate denominations such as the various Methodist and Episcopal denominations, the Presbyterian Church (PCUSA), the Lutheran (ELCA), and others, the blatant in-your-face celebration of sexual transgression has ramped up in recent years.

Emory’s pride event–which was hosted in this “church”–did not fail to reach new heights of depravity as it paraded men dressed as women across the pulpit, defiling what should be the house of God. You can rest assured, God is nowhere to be found at this so-called church.

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Below is a shot of one of the “cleaner” images from the event–which isn’t saying much. Visit the organization’s Instagram account at your own risk; I will not link to it.

According to Campus Reform, “The event was intended to commemorate the conclusion of gay history month.” Layla Aberman, president of Emory Pride, told Emory’s student newspaper that “Drag has provided a space for queer expression when homophobia, transphobia and racism make the world unsafe,” and that “Drag is about family.”

The United Methodist Church has been in shambles over the last several years as the push to accept homosexuality and the failure of church leadership to take a hard, biblical stance against it, has caused the denomination to apostatize as it is in the middle of a massive split.



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