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Gary Cass: Gay Marriage Ruling 'Will Ultimately Be Overturned' By The 'Supreme Court In Heaven'

Gary Cass of the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission has weighed in with his thoughts on the Supreme Court decision striking down gay marriage bans, telling anti-gay Christians to take solace in the knowledge that "this ruling will ultimately be overturned" by God.

"Morally, the Bible could not be more clear," Cass said, on his "Defending a Christian Worldview" program over the weekend. "Homosexuality is consistently condemned in the strongest possible terms ... Science proves living a homosexual lifestyle is devastating, medically and psychologically. It's not loving the encourage people to violate God's moral law, especially when the consequences are so destructive.  Now we're sending a morally confused message to our children and grandchildren. God is not pleased."

"The good news," he continued, "is this ruling will ultimately be overturned. The real triune Supreme Court in Heaven has already ruled: marriage is a union of one man and one woman. We can confidently celebrate that which God has ordained because time and eternity are on our side."

Right Wing Round-Up - 6/29/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 6/29/15

  • NBC has cut ties with Donald Trump over his recent statement that immigrants from Mexico are drug runners, criminals, and rapists.
  • Franklin Graham is furious that the White House was lit up in rainbow colors following the Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage: "This is outrageous—a real slap in the face to the millions of Americans who do not support same-sex marriage and whose voice is being ignored."
  • Gordon Klingenschmitt "congratulates" the gay community on the Supreme Court win: "Let me offer the gay community my sincere congratulations. They fought hard on this issue for decades. And they won. So for the time being, they may feel great political joy. Under American law they can now marry. But under God’s law, this will always be a sin."
  • One News Now needs your help deciding "what event most reflects America's monumental shift away from God's moral code?"
  • Finally, Theodore Shoebat calls for the rainbow "fag flag" to be burned: "I say keep the Confederate flag and strip every single one of these repulsive, diabolical little flags. Shred them to pieces, burn them, take them down and rip them up. Do whatever is necessary to destroy these idols. All of those in the South, who want to see the Confederate flag remain hoisted and presented, should, in multitudes, burn these horrid sodomite flags, to shake up the government and let them know: we know why you are doing this, you have an agenda, and that is to strip away traditional Southern culture and replace it with the modernist antichrist ideology."

Fischer: SCOTUS Justice Leading Millions To Hell With Gay Marriage Ruling

On his radio broadcast today, Bryan Fischer warned the Supreme Court justices who struck down state bans on gay marriage last week that they will one day answer to God for having misled millions of Americans into Hell.

"On Friday, the Supreme Court made it easier for people to go to Hell," he said. "They now have some accountability before God because they have made it easier for people to reject the truth of the Scripture about eternal salvation. This is a serious and a sobering thing and the majority on the Supreme Court is going to need to answer for this one day."

"The Supreme Court jeopardized the eternal souls of millions of Americans on Friday by justifying the sin of homosexuality," he continued. "It communicated, I believe, an exceedingly dangerous message on Friday that homosexual marriage and homosexuality are not perversions to be renounced but a constitutional right or constitutional rights that are to be celebrated and promoted. So the court has moved millions of impressionable Americans one giant step further away from repentance and eternal life."

Anti-Gay Pastor: Gays Demanding Christians 'Come Out And Have Sex With Us'

On "WallBuilders Live" today, Arkansas pastor Tim Brooks spent most of the program saying that America today is just like Sodom and Gomorrah in which militant gays seek to force Christians to participate in their sin.

"Here is the only thing that will satisfy this agenda, and it's very clear: participation," Brooks declared. "We want you to come out of your house and participate with us ... Lot never tried to force his lifestyle on them, he never even brought that up. They are trying to force their lifestyle on him, come out and have sex with us, have to participate. They're going to force participation and that's what we're seeing around the country."

Brooks went on to cite a similar story from Judges 19 to warn that it becomes "unsafe when the homosexual agenda takes over a city."

For his part, David Barton warned that efforts to pass nondiscrimination ordinances that outlaw discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity are nothing more than attempts to legalize discrimination against Christians.

"Any time you talk about nondiscrimination," Barton said, "what you are saying is discriminating against people of faith ... Whether you have the Abortion Nondiscrimination Act, whether you have the Employment Nondiscrimination Act, whether you have a nondiscrimination ordinance, every one of those has turned out to be a major club by which you can beat back people of faith and their beliefs and their convictions. So whenever you hear nondiscrimination anything in the last 15 years, you can be assured that becomes a legal weapons by which to divorce you from your faith and make you bow down to what they want and their viewpoints."

Glenn Beck Claims David Barton Has A Ph.D. David Barton Claims He Doesn't

Near the end of his radio broadcast last Friday, Glenn Beck interviewed David Barton, the disgraced right-wing pseudo-historian whom Beck regularly turns to for his "expert" opinion, about the Supreme Court ruling striking down state bans on gay marriage. After the interview, Beck sought to bolster Barton's credibility by insisting that he really ought to be called "Dr. Barton" because he is "a brilliant, brilliant man" who "has his doctorate in education."

As Warren Throckmorton pointed out, there is no evidence that Barton possess a Ph.D., as media profiles on him report that he simply has a BA in religious education from Oral Roberts University.

In fact, back in April, Barton spoke at Faith Baptist Church in Knightdale, North Carolina, where he explicitly stated that he does not possess a Ph.D.:

I was recently involved in writing a book about America's founding and it dealt somewhat with Thomas Jefferson. There were four of us in that book. It was a book for academics. It was done for colleges and universities. Three of them had Ph.Ds, I didn't."

Has Barton managed to obtain a Ph.D. since April? That seems unlikely.

After all, where would he even find the time in between speaking to 600 groups a year while also working 14 hours a day on his ranch?

Glenn Beck Warns That His Radio Program Could Be Shut Down Because Of Gay Marriage Ruling

Glenn Beck reacted to the Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage today by declaring that he will now begin to look for different ways to broadcast his message in case the FCC attemps to strip him of his broadcasting license because his Mormon church will not perform same-sex marriages.

"This could mean the end of radio broadcasts like mine," Beck warned. "I am on now public airwaves regulated by the federal government. If I say, or anybody on this show says they're for traditional marriage, which I am in my personal life ... that now puts this radio broadcast in jeopardy because we are on federally regulated airwaves. I will tell you that I am going to begin, today, looking for other vehicles besides the radio broadcast just so, in a two year period, should somebody start to mount this, what does that mean?"

"The world has changed. The fundamental transformation of America is over," he declared. "We are no longer a country that is following the Constitution of the United States of America. That is a thing of the past."

Bryan Fischer Compares Gay Marriage Ruling To 9/11, Slavery, Pearl Harbor, And Sodom And Gomorrah

Following the Supreme Court ruling striking down state bans on gay marriage this morning, American Family Radio's Bryan Fischer had a bit of a meltdown on Twitter, which he subsequently cobbled together into a column that he then read on his radio program this afternoon.

In the span of two minutes, he managed to compare the ruling to 9/11, slavery, the attack on Pearl Harbor, and Sodom and Gomorrah.

"From a moral standpoint, 6/26 is the new 9/11," Fischer declared, "because it was on this day that five justices of the United States Supreme Court became moral jihadists, They became rainbow jihadists and they blasted the twin pillars of truth and righteousness into rubble. And they did this by imposing sodomy-based marriage on the United States through an act of judicial tyranny."

"We the people have ceased to be our own rulers," he continued. "We are now serfs on a plantation that's being run by cultural elites who wear black robes and use the gavels like the slaveholders of old used to use their whips, to beat us, as social conservatives, into abject submission."

"Today, June 26, 2015, is a date which will live in infamy," Fischer added. "On this day, the United States became Sodom and Gomorrah."

Todd Starnes Warns Pastors Who Refuse To Perform Gay Marriages To 'Prepare For Hate Crime Charges'

Following his interview with Franklin Graham this morning in which Graham warned that the Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage will lead to persecution of Christians and, ultimately, God unleashing His judgment upon America, Fox News commentator Todd Starnes shared his own dire predictions about what is to come.

"Gay rights now trump religious liberty," Starnes stated, utterly ignoring the actual language of the ruling. "If you think the cultural purging of the southern states has been breathtaking, wait until you see what the activists are about to unleash on the American Christians. Churches and faith-based organizations should prepare to be hit with lawsuits and government investigations. Pastors who refuse to perform gay marriage and preach from the Bible should prepare for hate crime charges. All dissent will be silenced."

Starnes went on to predict that Christians all over the nation will rise up in defiance of the ruling because if they are "given the choice of obeying God or the government, I believe Christians will obey God even if there is Hell to pay."

Franklin Graham: Christians Must Prepare For Persecution And God's Judgment On America

Fox News commentator Todd Starnes interviewed Franklin Graham today about the Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage in all 50 states, which Graham decried because "our government is recognizing sin" and it will lead to the persecution of Christians and God unleashing His judgment upon America.

While it is a sad day for America when the Supreme Court will "endorse sin," Graham vowed that "I will never recognize it in my heart" because "God gave us marriage and God does not change his mind."

Graham went on to warn Christians that "you had better be ready and you had better be prepared" because the wholesale persecution of Christianity will now be unleashed, as will, ultimately, God's judgment on this nation.

"I do believe that God's judgment will come on this nation," he said, noting that just as God brought judgment upon the nation of Israel in the Bible, so too will He bring judgment on America.

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