James Dobson has found a new hero in local Colorado pastor Dave Love and was so impressed by a recent sermon he delivered ranting against the Obama administration’s guidelines regarding the rights of transgender students in public schools that he aired a long excerpt of it on his radio show today.
In his sermon, Love declared that he doesn’t care what the government says or how the Supreme Court rules because he will never accept marriage equality or transgender rights, because both things come straight from the pit of hell.
“No culture can survive when they lose their balance between right and wrong,” he preached. “Our president and this administration has put our children at risk. Our kids are no longer safe in public education, they’re no longer safe from the perversion of this world in our public schools. When you see the evil that is being handed down, a directive from the president himself that encourages this perversion, I have only one thing to say: The Lord rebuke you. To give a directive to allow this, to allow our children in elementary school to use the opposite sex bathroom is pure evil and society, through our leaders, is calling evil good and good evil and justice is being taken away from the righteous. And [this] way of thinking is a philosophy that is demonic and comes from the pit of hell. This is a philosophy from Satan himself.”
“The attack on the family unit is real and it’s being authored by none other than Satan himself to try and destroy the moral fabric of our society,” Love continued. “The devil has come to steal, to kill, to destroy. The issue is not about homosexuality, the issue is about marriage. The issue is not about transgenders using bathrooms or locker rooms of their choice, the issue is that Satan wants to ruin, absolutely ruin, the fabric of society so he can steal the innocence of your children by having them be in public schools that [are] going to allow for this transgender behavior. He wants to steal the innocence of your kids to destroy and kill the foundation of this nation, which is built on Judeo-Christian values.”