Rev. E.W. Jackson on Chicago’s Lesbian Mayor: ‘If God Calls It an Abomination, It’s an Abomination’ By Michael W. Chapman | for CNS News
GNN Note – It doesn’t get any clearer than “If God Calls It an Abomination, It’s an Abomination” unless I missed something about the Gospel there is nothing else to add to that statement.
Protestant minister E.W. Jackson, a Marine, Harvard Law School graduate, and president of S.T.A.N.D., criticized Chicago’s newly elected openly gay mayor, Lori Lightfoot, for trying to disguise homosexual behavior as “love” — a “satanic, demonic twisting of language” — and for using taxpayer money to perpetrate her “filth.”
Jackson added that God does care if people are engaging in same-sex behavior and “if God calls it an abomination, it’s an abomination.”
Jackson made his remarks on the April 3 edition of his radio show, The Awakening.
“Chicago just elected [on April 2], not only their first black woman, they just elected a lesbian woman to be their first black, female mayor,” said Jackson. “She [Lori Lightfoot] got up and said, we’re showing the world it doesn’t matter … it doesn’t matter who you love.”
“I have to tell you, I almost get nauseous every time I hear that because we know that’s a euphemism for, ‘It doesn’t matter who you have sex with,'” said the pastor.
“They’re not talking about love, that’s not what they’re talking about,” he said. “They’re talking about who you have sex with. And, really, specifically, they’re saying it doesn’t matter if you have sex with someone of the same gender. The euphemism is just disgusting.”
“It really is,” he continued, “because this is a satanic, demonic twisting of language to say exactly the opposite of what you mean. … They’re not talking about love. They’re talking about having sex with people of the same gender.”