Christian Pastor’s Message About Orlando Massacre: Don’t “Say It’s a Tragedy, Because It’s Not”

Christian hate-pastor Steven Anderson had a few more words of bigotry to share with us late last night about the Orlando mass shooting at a gay nightclub, after his earlier video celebrated the idea that there were “50 less pedophiles in this world.”

This time, he criticized other Christians who dared to show any empathy for the people who were murdered in the massacre.


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Christian Pastor Celebrates Nightclub Massacre: “There’s 50 Less Pedophiles in This World”

Pastor Steven Anderson, whose hate knows no bounds, celebrated the deaths of 50 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando in a 4-minute mini-sermon that cited the Bible as justification for why they needed to die. (And if it didn’t happen via a shooter, it should have happened by way of government execution.)

It’s the most disturbing, hateful response to a mass shooting you’ll ever hear, and it was provoked by Anderson’s complete hatred of LGBT people.


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Baptist Pastor Does His Best Impression of Mother Teresa Burning in Hell

If there were a hell, I think Mother Teresa would be a perfectly fine candidate.

But not because she simply chose the wrong religion.

Fundamentalist Baptist pastor Steven Anderson thinks it makes perfect sense that only his kind of Christians will sit at Gods’ feet for eternity, content in the knowledge that, meanwhile, heretics like the Albanian nun will burn in the lakes of fire. And to illustrate his point, he does two impressions of Mother Teresa in this video, at 0:46 and 0:58.


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Christian Hate-Pastor: Prince is Burning in Hell Because He Was a Jehovah’s Witness

Christian Hate-Pastor Steven Anderson explained in a recent sermon that Prince is burning in Hell because he chose to be a Jehovah’s Witness.


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Pastor Steven Anderson: I Don’t Say the Pledge Because I Won’t Promote Abortion and Homosexuality

I think we all just found common ground with hate-Pastor Steven Anderson: He doesn’t want to say the Pledge of Allegiance, either.

But that’s where the overlap ends. Atheists might not say it because of the “Under God” phrase, or because we oppose mindless rituals, or because we know we don’t really have “justice for all.”

Anderson doesn’t want to say it because America’s too liberal.


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