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SHOCK: Antigay Preacher Was Having Some Very Gay Sex

by Dan Tracer April 25, 2016

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Internet evangelist Michael Vorhis has often put his antigay positions front and center, casting wide nets of warning that the “militant gays” seek to destroy all that is good and holy in the world.

And never doth the proverbial lady protest too much as Vorhis, who founded the ChurchMilitant website and now reveals he is was gay himself.

“I’ve never made a secret that my life prior to my reversion was extremely sinful,” he says in a recently uploaded YouTube video.

“I did not reveal the specific nature or details of the sins because when I returned home to the church, I did not think that a full public confession of details was necessary in order to start proclaiming the great mercy of God. Perhaps that was a wrong assessment. I don’t seriously know.”

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“Whatever the matter, I will now reveal that for most of my years in my 30s, confused about my own sexuality, I lived a life of live-in relationships with homosexual men…On the inside, I was deeply conflicted about all of it.”

“I gave into deep pains from my youth by seeking solace in lust, and in the process, surrendered my masculinity.”

Then Vorhis drags his poor mother into the whole mess, and the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. He says she prayed so hard for him to abolish his sexual sins, that “as a last resort, she prayed to be given whatever suffering needed so that I would be granted sufficient grace to revert. It was shortly after that prayer that her very early stage stomach cancer was detected, which she died from a few years later.”

We’ve heard a lot of bogus claims about homosexuality over the years, but this is a new one. Apparently gayness causes cancer — in your loved ones.

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“When my mom died, I pledged at her coffin that I would change. I said, ‘Mom, what you went through for me, you will not have gone through in vain.'”

“I was thrilled — over the top! — with gratitude for what God had done for me through my mom and her suffering.”

Fans of gymnastics will surely be captivated by the extent of mental flips and backbends required for Vorhis to feel “over the top” that his mother died of stomach cancer so that he could stop chasing the D.

And since he seems to be doing enough praying for himself to last an eternity, we’ll instead take a moment to send positive thoughts to any young, questioning soul forced to endure Vorhis’ disgraceful nonsense.

Watch below if you can stomach it:




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