Perkins Caller: Go to Gay Wedding to Warn Them of Hell

Bryan Fischer recently told his audience that they should only go to a same-sex marriage if they first send a letter to the couple explaining why you think it’s wrong. But that was a bit too warm and fuzzy for a caller to Tony Perkins’ radio show, who said you should go only to interrupt the wedding and tell them they’re going to hell.

The caller, who identified himself as “Ricky,” told Perkins that he was “shocked” by Fischer’s suggestion since a true Christian would only attend a gay couple’s wedding in order to interrupt the ceremony and tell the participants that they are going to Hell.

“The only reason that any Christian would ever attend a homosexual wedding is when the preacher says, ‘Is there any objection to the wedding,’ you stand up and say, ‘Yes, according to the Bible, sodomy, you will burn in Hell for this.’ That is the only reason why any Christian would ever attend a sodomite wedding,” Ricky told Perkins.

Perkins replied by saying that Ricky brought up a “good point” but that he doubted that a gay couple would “invite people to raise any objections to it.”

When you’re more extreme than Bryan Fischer…holy shit.

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  • whheydt

    Following which the minister should say, “Objection overruled.”

  • theguy

    “when the preacher says, ‘Is there any objection to the wedding,’ you stand up and say”

    No, you stay seated and shut the fuck up. The fundies would sure whine if somebody interrupted their church services.”

    “‘Yes, according to the Bible, sodomy”

    What about sodomy? Just spit out the word like that itself is an objection? Straight people do it up the ass too.

    “‘you will burn in Hell for this.’”

    The only person who’d deserve to burn is your “god”

    “Perkins replied by saying that Ricky brought up a ‘good point’”

    Just like his neo-Nazi friend he paid a lotta money to, amiright?

  • John Pieret

    The only reason that any Christian would ever attend a homosexual wedding is when the preacher says, ‘Is there any objection to the wedding,’ you stand up and say, ‘Yes

    Ummm … the “preacher” isn’t a Christian or isn’t attending?

    Once again we can tell Christians by their love.

  • pixiedust

    I wonder if the caller was a Poe.

  • Sastra

    Probably not relevant, but does any officiant still ask “Is there anyone here who knows why this couple should not be joined in matrimony, speak now or forever hold your peace?” I think that’s pretty much reserved for movies, sit coms, and comedy sketches.

  • Chiroptera

    ‘Yes, according to the Bible, sodomy, you will burn in Hell for this.’

    It sounds like the caller is saying that the name of their Bible is Sodomy

    I thought I’d just throw that out there.

  • http://timgueguen.blogspot.com timgueguen

    How unimaginative! A much better tactic is to replace the wedding cake with one of those giant ones strippers pop out of, and jump out of it at a strategic moment. I’m sure the sight of a typical Tony Perkins listener in a g string and pasties would put everyone off sex forever.

  • grumpyoldfart

    The caller probably thinks all gays are limp-wristed and afraid to fight back. He’d get a surprise when the interrupted the wedding and a burly truck driver grabbed him by the seat of the pants and the scuff of the neck and ran him down the street while he squealed for mercy.

  • Rick Pikul

    @Sastra #5:

    I’ve seen the line used a couple of times.

    Note that the ‘any objections’ bit isn’t about someone being opposed to the marriage but a last chance for someone to bring up things like “he hasn’t gotten divorced yet” or “they don’t know it, but they’re actually siblings.” This is not as much of an issue these days as our record keeping has gotten a lot better over the past few centuries.

  • skinnercitycyclist

    timgueguen @7: Just your verbal description has put me off sex forever…and eating pork, too, probably…

  • Artor

    Chiroptera @6

    Well, since the Bible story about Sodom has the city destroyed because it’s people didn’t practice proper hospitality & charity, and had nothing to do with the butseks, it wouldn’t be far off the mark to consider today’s wingnut interpretation of the Bible to be, yes, sodomy!