Alabama pastor Tim Littleton was among the speakers at the Texas MassResistance Pro-Family Conference held earlier this month in Austin, and he closed out his remarks by delivering a rather unique interpretation of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah.
As told in Genesis 19, two angels visited the town of Sodom and were welcomed by Lot, who showed them hospitality by insisting that they stay at his home that evening. Lot’s home was then surrounded by the men of the town who demanded that the visitors be sent out “so that we can have sex with them,” but Lot refused and instead offered up his two virgin daughters to the crowd.
When that offer was refused, the angels struck the crowd with blindness and Lot and his family fled the town, which was then utterly destroyed by God.
In Littleton’s interpretation, Lot’s decision to offer his daughters up to the crowd was the result of the fact that Lot and his family had been corrupted by the gay agenda in the town.
“What happened to Lot’s family when he decided to live in the city of Sodom, when he set up his home there, he raised his family there, he lost the two daughters and their husbands,” Littleton said. “They wouldn’t even listen to him, they were already lost. He tried to intervene to save these angels and the angels had to show their power even to save his household. He was so distorted because he had become influential in the city and at the city gates … He was sitting there, willing to offer his two virgin daughters to those men to satiate them. This agenda can ruin your family. Don’t let it happen!”