As Wallnau told it, there were some “hookers” who used to hang out at a bar who were saved by a fellow patron who had found Christianity. Together, Wallnau said, these individuals “baked a cake for the owner of the bar, who was gay and very adamantly anti-Christian” and prayed over it that he would leave homosexuality.
“It was an anointed cake,” Wallnau said, “and they made the cake and gave it as a gift. And when he ate the cake … the power of God hit him.”
The “presence of God” fell upon the bar owner, Wallnau recounted, and he then got baptized, at which point “the spirit that was working him got broken off,” thus freeing him from his life of homosexuality.
That’s why Wallnau didn’t mention the name of the bar, the name of the bar owner, or show us the Gay Card the man had to turn back in when he changed his sexual orientation.
If cake could turn someone straight, every conservative church in the country would be handing pieces of it out for communion.
They’d sell the recipe for cash.
And those damn Christian bakers would have no problem serving gay customers.
You’d think, by this point, providing evidence for personal anecdotes would be an entire class in seminary. But Wallnau shows us, yet again, that nothing in Christianity prevents some people from lying their asses off in the name of Jesus.