A church in Bridgeport, Connecticut has caused a stir among gay activists, like that’s real hard to do. Manifested Glory Ministries had posted a video on You Tube of a teen who was apparently undergoing a gay exorcism. The only problem is, that’s no gay exorcism.

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The video shows a 16 year old, lying on the floor, at times vomiting; with elders of the church casting the “homosexual” demon out of him. Gay rights groups are fit to be tied over the 20 minute video that quite frankly is none of their business. If you disagree, see the Constitution.

“We believe a man should be with a woman and a woman should be with a man,” the Rev. Patricia McKinney told The Associated Press. “We have nothing against homosexuals. I just don’t agree with their lifestyle.”

Officials from Manifested Glory Ministries deny that the youth was hurt in any way or that the church is prejudiced against homosexuals. Another problem with this is most are calling it a gay exorcism, this is not an exorcism. What is taking place on video is simply a casting out of unclean spirits, quite different from a full exorcism performed by the Catholic Church.

Robin McHaelin, executive director of True Colors, an advocacy group for gay youths says that her group is aware of 5 cases of gay exorcism. Once again what you call an exorcism I call religious freedom. The boy wasn’t hurt and he went for help, he wanted the “gay exorcism”. Robin McHaelin and people like her may find it hard to believe, but everybody who’s gay doesn’t want to stay that way.

“I think it’s horrifying,” McHaelin said of the video by Manifested Glory. “What saddens me is the people that are doing this think they are doing something in the kid’s best interests, when in fact they’re murdering his spirit.”

That’s rich, murdering his spirit? One minute it’s a gay exorcism, the next their murdering his spirit; it’s funny that gay advocacy groups are outraged over the video, despite the church having the religious freedom under the Constitution to do as they will, as long as nobody was hurt. I think if someone was actually hurt, not “spiritually murdered”, then do something. True Colors and other gay groups are just outraged over a Christian Church once again not agreeing with their lifestyle.

Manifested Glory Ministries will no doubt be vilified by the MSM for their so called “gay exorcism”. But I maintain that they have the religious freedom to do so if they wish. Like it or not, the 16 year old boy had the right to ask for help if he wanted.
Homosexuals have the right to march in the streets in Gay Pride parades, do they not? Then why doesn’t Manifested Glory Ministries have the right to perform gay exorcisms? Why doesn’t the 16 year old have the right to not be gay if he wants?





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