If you ever make the trek to Knollwood Church in Alabama, you might be in for a sermon from the twilight zone. The Huffington Post reports that the churchâ€™s pastor, Aaron Fruh, has some pretty out-there things to say about the Chick-fil-A controversy.
Apparently, not only is same-sex marriage an â€śexperimentâ€ť that sends God into a hissy fit, but it's also to blame for the great flood. At this point, Iâ€™m sure youâ€™re all scratching your heads and Googling â€śNoahâ€™s ark,â€ť but this particular story wonâ€™t be found within the pages of the Bible.
â€śGod knew that the people on the earth were going to destroy themselves through same-sex marriage, and so that's why he brought the flood,â€ť Fruh told American Family Radio while defending anti-gay fast food chain Chick-fil-A.
Oh, so God decided to slaughter nearly every man, woman, and child on Earthâ€¦because he knew that one day, Adam and Steve would get hitched. Got it. Now, we donâ€™t know how Fruh came to this gem of a thought, but I have a feeling it involves a boatload of batshit crazy, one too many trips to Bible study, and a crush on that new guy down the road.
And now we know what mediocre chicken with a side of homophobia can do to people! I think Iâ€™ll skip the fatty fast food and chill with the Muppets, whoâ€™ve just called it quits with the chain. Whoâ€™s ready to add some veggies back into their diets?
Images courtesy of Chick-fil-A and the Wooden Wagon
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