Sunday, July 28, 2013

Archbishop Tutu: Rather Go to Hell Than Go to a Homophobic Heaven

Archbishop Tutu: Rather Go to Hell Than Go to a Homophobic Heaven

South Africa’s retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who is engaged in international anti-“homophobia” UN campaign, says he will never worship a “homophobic God”

By Julio Severo
The former Archbishop of Cape Town, who has been considered the moral conscience of South Africa, spoke last week at the launch of a UN-backed campaign in South Africa to promote gay rights.
Desmond Tutu
“I would refuse to go to a homophobic heaven. No, I would say sorry, I mean I would much rather go to the other place,” Anglican Archbishop Tutu said, as reported by BBC, at the launch of the Free and Equal campaign in Cape Town.
“I would not worship a God who is homophobic and that is how deeply I feel about this.”
Tutu, 81, is a long-standing international campaigner for the gay agenda and he told BBC that he is passionate about this UN campaign against “homophobia.”
Tutu would not need to fight “homophobia” in heaven. In fact, he would see no “homophobia” in heaven, because there is no homosexual there. In the presence of God there are only people delivered from a past life of sins, including homosexuality.
Of course, if, as gay supremacists preach, “homophobia” is criticism of homosexuality, then Tutu will not want to go to heaven, which is under the rule of the One who is the author of all condemnation of homosexuality in the Bible.
Besides, Tutu would not be pleased to hear from God that he was in truth a very immoral conscience for South Africa by his support of what God calls abomination. In His Word, this is the name God uses to mention homosexuality:
“You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination.” (Leviticus 18:22 ESV)
“Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who practice homosexuality, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God.” (1 Corinthians 6:9-10 ESV)
God loves homosexual sinners, but he hates homosexual sin.
Yet, there is a place where Tutu can go. In Hell Tutu’s campaigning would be most needed, because Satan loves violence against humans — all humans — including homosexuals. In Hell, Tutu could fight Satan’s “homophobia.”
Satan loves homosexuality, but he hates homosexuals. In the presence of Satan there are people not delivered from a past life of sins, including homosexuality.
Certainly, Tutu will feel comfortable in Hell and in the presence of Satan, the author of all violence and persecution against God’s people who warn sinners about their sins, including homosexuality, which lead to hell. Satan hates all God’s condemnation of homosexuality, which he and his satanic religions welcome.
Afro-Brazilian religions, similar to voodoo and Santeria with their African gods and spirits, welcome homosexuality and prostitution. These religions are perfect for Tutu and UN.
Instead of helping people to be delivered from their hell-bound sins, Tutu is helping UN to maintain homosexuals in their sins.
UN human rights chief Navi Pillay said gay and lesbian people in South Africa got some of the best legal rights in the world since Nelson Mandela began to rule in 1994. Today South Africa, under Mandela’s African National Congress, stands out in the African continent for its dedication to the gay agenda.
Desmond Tutu is the chairman of the “Elders,” a group composed by 12 “apostles.” In compliance with the UN goals, the “Elders” campaign against female exclusion from church leadership. In the same way, Tutu works against the exclusion of practicing homosexual from pastoral ministry. Years ago, he endorsed the Presbyterian Church of Scotland’s decision of ordaining gay ministers.
Former Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso is one of the Elders and, in Brazil, he is one of the most important leaders in the socialist party PSDB.
Tutu has been a model to some Protestant ministers in Brazil, including apostates Caio Fábio, Ricardo Gondim and Ed Rene Kivitz, who wrote the preface of his book in Portuguese. Kivitz has been one of the leaders of the Theology of Integral Mission, which is the Protestant version of Liberation Theology. Tutu’s book in Portuguese was launched by Thomas Nelson, which belongs to HarperCollins, publisher of the Satanic Bible.
In this realm, Tutu is among brothers.
Another Tutu adherent in Brazil is Rev. Carlos Bezerra, also a leader in PSDB, who recently was exposed for attacking Christians who are in the frontlines against the gay agenda. His argument is that Jesus never mentioned homosexuality negatively in the Gospels. He finished his argument by saying: “Hail, Desmond Tutu! With him, I am in tune, today and forever.”
To it, Tutu would answer, “Hell for you too, brother Bezerra! Our Godphobic place is waiting for us!”
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Mr. Fubo said...

Guess what Tutu:

Believing the Bible's condemnation of homosexuality is not a 'phobia",

And you ARE going to Hell anyway, to be spit roasted for Eternity by Yasser Arafat on one end, and a hunky gay Afrikaner on the other.

Anonymous said...

TuTu needs to read chapter 13 of "A Divine Revelation of Hell" by Mary K. Baxter.