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PURE SACRILEGE: Rainbow Priest Claims Jesus Was “Bisexual”

These people truly know no shame.

They revel in their warped thinking and evil deeds.

A few Bible verses come to mind:

  1. Isaiah 5:20: “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!”
  2. Proverbs 2:14: “Who rejoice in doing evil and delight in the perverseness of evil.”
  3. Jeremiah 6:15: “Were they ashamed when they committed abomination? No, they were not at all ashamed; they did not know how to blush. Therefore they shall fall among those who fall; at the time that I punish them, they shall be overthrown,” says the Lord.”
  4. Ephesians 4:19: “They have become callous and have given themselves up to sensuality, greedy to practice every kind of impurity.”
  5. 2 Peter 2:13: “Suffering wrong as the wage for their wrongdoing. They count it pleasure to revel in the daytime. They are blots and blemishes, reveling in their deceptions, while they feast with you.”

This is absolute sacrilegious garbage, but we have to shine some light on it to disinfect the trash.

I don’t know who this is in this video but he is wearing what looks like a Catholic Priest’s collar.  Perhaps someone can inform me of who this is or what “church” he belongs to in the Comments below.  I searched but wasn’t able to find an answer.

Anyway, you just have to see this to believe it, take a look:

Backup video here:

That’s what we do here, we shine light on evil and we fight lies with truth.

What stunned me the most is how they take the Bible and twist it to fit their agenda.

I guess it shouldn’t surprise me, Satan has been doing that since the Garden of Eden (“Did God REALLY say…..?”).

It’s a story as old as time.

But according to Grok, here is how they try and spin it to fit their LGBTQ agenda:

Advocates for the idea that Jesus was gay or bisexual often point to several aspects of Jesus’s life and relationships, as portrayed in the Bible and other historical contexts, to support their claims. Here are some of the main arguments:
  1. Intimate relationships with men: Some argue that Jesus had close, intimate relationships with men, such as John, who is often depicted as resting his head on Jesus’s breast in artistic representations of the Last Supper. This has led some to speculate about a romantic or sexual relationship between the two.
  2. Non-traditional lifestyle: Jesus was unmarried and childless, which was unusual for a Jewish man of his time. This has led some to suggest that Jesus might have been gay or bisexual because of his apparent lack of interest in traditional heterosexual relationships.
  3. The nature of Jesus’s teachings: Some interpret Jesus’s teachings, such as his emphasis on love and acceptance, as indicative of a more inclusive and progressive attitude towards sexuality. They argue that Jesus would have been accepting of same-sex relationships.
  4. The absence of explicit condemnation of homosexuality: Jesus never directly addressed the issue of homosexuality in the Bible. Some interpret this silence as evidence that Jesus did not consider homosexuality to be sinful or immoral.
  5. Theological interpretations: Some scholars have argued that the Bible’s condemnation of homosexuality is a misinterpretation or a product of cultural bias. They suggest that Jesus’s teachings should be interpreted in a more inclusive and accepting manner.
  6. Historical and cultural context: Some argue that the historical and cultural context of Jesus’s time was more accepting of same-sex relationships than is often assumed. They suggest that Jesus’s teachings and actions should be understood in this context.
It’s important to note that these arguments are not universally accepted and are often met with strong opposition from those who believe that they misrepresent or misinterpret Jesus’s teachings and life.

But they don’t stop there.

Did you know they also try to claim King David (and Jonathan) were gay?

People who argue that David and Jonathan in the Bible were gay base their claim primarily on the intense friendship described between the two men. They point to the language used in 1 Samuel 18:1-4, where it is stated that “Jonathan became one in spirit with David, and he loved him as himself.” This is interpreted by some as suggesting a romantic or sexual relationship.
The argument is further supported by the description of Jonathan giving David his clothes and military garb, which is seen as a symbolic act of love and commitment. Additionally, in 1 Samuel 18:3, the text mentions that Jonathan “made a covenant with David because he loved him as himself.” This is interpreted by some as evidence of a romantic or marital bond.
Furthermore, in 1 Samuel 20:41, it is stated that “David got up from the south side and bowed down before Jonathan three times, with his face to the ground. Then they kissed each other and wept together—but David wept the most.” This is seen by some as indicative of a deeper emotional connection between the two men, beyond what is typical of a platonic friendship.
Finally, in 2 Samuel 1:26, David is quoted as saying that his love for Jonathan was “more wonderful than that of women.” This is often interpreted as a reference to a romantic or sexual relationship between the two men.
However, it is important to note that these interpretations are not universally accepted and are subject to much debate. Many scholars and religious leaders argue that the language and actions described in the Bible do not necessarily imply a romantic or sexual relationship, but rather a deep, platonic friendship. They point to the cultural context of the time, where expressions of love and affection between friends were not uncommon and did not necessarily have sexual connotations.

Pure garbage.

If you see anyone pushing this crap, show them this article and expose them.

Not only was Jesus not “gay” or “bisexual” but as God in the flesh it of course makes sense he wouldn’t have any particular sexual relationships of any kind.

Let’s put aside this nonsense “scholarship” and turn to some real Biblical scholars to explain the issue for all the adults in the room:

Conservative Biblical scholars argue that the claim Jesus was gay or bisexual is not supported by the Bible and is an error in logic and incompatible with Biblical principles for several reasons:
Lack of explicit evidence: The Bible does not explicitly state that Jesus was gay or bisexual. It is essential to consider the absence of such claims as evidence against the argument.
  1. Traditional interpretation of Scripture: Conservative scholars emphasize the importance of interpreting Scripture within its historical and cultural context. They argue that the Bible’s teachings on marriage and sexuality consistently affirm a heterosexual relationship between a man and a woman as the only God-ordained form of sexual expression.
  2. Jesus’s own teachings: Jesus’s teachings on marriage and sexuality align with the traditional understanding of these concepts. For example, in Matthew 19:4-6, Jesus quotes from Genesis 2:24, stating that a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh. This passage is often interpreted as a clear endorsement of heterosexual marriage.
  3. Theological implications: The claim that Jesus was gay or bisexual is seen as theologically problematic by conservative scholars. They argue that it contradicts the traditional understanding of Jesus as the sinless and perfect Son of God. If Jesus were gay or bisexual, it would imply that he engaged in sinful behavior, which is inconsistent with his divine nature.
  4. Historical and cultural context: Conservative scholars argue that the claim that Jesus was gay or bisexual is a modern reinterpretation of Scripture that is not supported by the historical and cultural context of Jesus’s time. They contend that the ancient world did not have the same understanding of homosexuality as we do today and that the Bible’s teachings on sexuality should be understood in light of this context.
  5. Theological anthropology: Conservative scholars emphasize the importance of understanding the nature of human beings as created in the image of God. They argue that the Bible’s teachings on marriage and sexuality are rooted in the belief that human beings are created as male and female, and that the union of a man and a woman in marriage reflects the divine design for human relationships.

Ok, so while we’re at it, let’s do one more DEBUNK of bad theology.

I published this one a few years ago:



Buckle up folks!

We're about to cover something very dangerous...

In fact, I debated all weekend about whether I was going to cover this or not.

I finally decided I must.

Because there's a saying that I like so much I used it as the tagline at my site for a long time:

Like a lion, set the truth free and it will defend itself.

So that's what we're doing here.

Speaking of lions and truth and being safe and dangerous, that reminds me of another famous quote, this one from C.S. Lewis and the world of Narnia:

So let's dig in and let's talk about the KING.

In Narnia, Aslan the lion represents Jesus Christ.

But this article is about YHWH.

In English, we fill in the vowels and we say Yahweh, but Hebrew has no vowels so it's just Y H W H.

It's the Yod Hey Vav Hey.

So....who is Yahweh?

And why am I writing about it?

Because a reader sent me these videos and told me I should take a look at them.

I'm not going to say their name because I don't want to embarrass them and they are 100% entitled to their opinion, which was that these videos are very interesting and kind of like Bo Polny or Trey Smith -- two guys we love around here.

So with that introduction I decided I would take a look.

And what I found was something VERY dangerous.

A deception as old as the Garden of Eden.

And this is where I debated even covering this story, because do I want to give extra attention to this guy and his deception?

I'll say this at the onset....the guy, who goes by the name Israel Anderson (and I have to question whether his real name is "Israel" because that would be quite a coincidence) seems very genuine.

He seems good natured.

But what he is teaching is a wild heresy.

One of the most basic heresies.

But...I will also say this: I listened to the entire video and he makes an incredibly compelling presentation.

I mean, very, very well done.

And thought-provoking!

To the point that I'm still thinking about it a couple days later.

And that's where the dangerous part comes in because this guy could lead a LOT of people astray.

But I've decided to cover it so I can hopefully cut some of that off at the pass and make sure people are educated in the REAL truth!

So let's cut right to the chase and then I'll show you his video...

His main claim, which he spends over 90 minutes backing up (and on the surface in a very convincing way -- surprisingly) is that basically the roles of YHWH and Satan in the Bible are reversed.

Jesus comes to set everything right, but his Father is not YHWH at all.  Plot twist!  His father is actually the Serpent, the Devil.

And the Devil is the one on humanity's side.

The Devil is the one who wants you to be free and happy.

Sound crazy?

I'll say it again...he makes a very compelling case.


If you've ever wondered how the Free Masons and all these secret societies that worship the Devil get their minds so twisted, I have to assume it's through teaching like this.

So once again, I warn you this is very dangerous and please don't get "sucked in".

But the pitch in this presentation goes that the Yahweh of the Old Testament seems fairly homicidal.

He's always out killing women and children and animals of all competing clans.

It's actually something we've covered here before in great detail and Rob Skiba has done incredible teaching on that before.


Then you get to Jesus and he seems nothing like the Yahweh of the Old Testament, and yet he keeps talking about how he and his Father are one.

Then you have the Garden, and you have Yahweh seemingly punishing Adam and Eve for a minor transgression and sentencing them to death, meanwhile the friendly serpent just wanted them to have full knowledge.

See how it all goes back to the original lie?

But it's clever and crafty!

There's a bunch more in here that does get you all twisted and confused.

Like the part where Moses tells the Israelites to raise up a serpent on a stick and anyone who looks on it will be healed.

Ever read that before?

It IS confusing, when just a few chapters earlier the Serpent is very clearly the image of the Devil.

But now Moses uses this as a healing tool?

In fact, it's why medicine today still has two snakes on a pole as its universal symbol for healing.

Strange, right?

Oh, there are answers for all of this, but when you go surface level and try to weave a deception, it can be very persuasive!

Then you have Jesus appearing to the San Hedrin (who by all accounts were the most strict of Jews) and he tells them he doesn't know them.

Then of course you have Psalm 82 and the Divine Council.

Most Christians don't even know this is in the Bible but it basically does talk about YHWH being ONE member of the Elohim....the Divine Council.

Ever heard that before?

It's actually in your Bible, go read Psalm 82 and report back to me.

The recently deceased Dr. Michael Heiser has TREMENDOUS Christian teachings explaining what this council is.

Dr. Heiser was such a gift and it's so sad we lost him, but I'll post his videos below.

Dr. Heiser would run intellectual circles around this Israel Anderson guy, and that's one of the main reasons I wanted to write this article.

If you or someone you know starts going down this dangerous deception that Anderson teaches, I want to point you to a much bigger brainiac, but someone who makes the complex so easy to understand: Dr. Michael Heiser.

So now without further delay, I give you this video which comes with a massive warning -- do not get sucked in:

And now for the main reason I wanted to write this article....the counter balance!

I will say this....

To Christians who believe there is nothing Supernatural happening in the Bible or in our world today, I'm sorry to say but you just haven't read or understood your Bible.

It is a supernatural book through and through.

And you'd better make sure you understand it and don't get sucked into the wrong side!

So on that note, my friends, please enjoy these Bible-based and Christian teachings from one of the smartest Biblical scholars we've ever had, the late, great Dr. Michael Heiser:

He was known for so many teachings, but a key one was on the Divine Council:

He was also big on Genesis and the Fallen Angels we cover a lot here:

He's perhaps best known for "Unseen Realm" and the Divine Rebellion (three in fact!).

If you've never seen this, you're sure in for a treat:

So hard to pick a favorite:

One more:

A true giant.


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