Commenting on a very strange, role-twisting sex practice that will be discussed at the month-long, pro-LGBT "gAyPRIL" celebration this month at the California State University-San Marcos, Bishop E.W. Jackson said men and women were made in the image of God to reflect his righteousness and dignity, and not to act like animals wallowing in sexual degeneracy. He added that liberal California seems to be led by "brainwashed, indoctrinated folks" who want to go to Hell and "take the whole country with them."
All this month, the California State University-San Marcos is promoting and celebrating the LGBT lifestyle. There are events planned for nearly every night in April for the "gAyPRIL," which is sponsored by the Associated Students group at the school.
On April 25 at the LGBTQA Pride Center there will be a disscusion entitled Furries vs. Pet Play. "How much do you know about these two groups?" asks gAyPRIL. "Do you know that they are two different fish in a pond. Come find out why in this weekday discussion." According to most LGBT websites, a "furry" is someone who lidentifies as a particular animal. "Pet play" is a form of BDSM (bondage, discipline, sado-masochism) where one or more partners takes on the role of a particular animal.
During his April 5 radio show, The Awakening, Bishop E.W. Jackson said, “Sin never gets enough…. There’s no end to this. It has no end. There will always be something more, something more, something more because what they’re [LGBTs] really looking for is they’re looking for full acceptance and approval in the broader society and Christians will never ever give it to them."
"So then they’re forced with the alternative, they gladly embrace it, which is to marginalize Christians and turn them into the bad people," said Bishop Jackson.
He continued, “But even if they were to succeed in doing that, and they can’t because Jesus said, ‘On this rock, I’ll build my church and the gates of Hell will not prevail against it.’ But even if they were to succeed in doing that, they still wouldn’t be satisfied because there is a God-shaped vacuum in the heart of every man that only God can fill. And that’s what they’re really looking for, they just don’t know it. They just don’t know it."
“We have to tell them," he said. "They’ll hate us for it. They’ll despise us. They’ll vilify us. They’ll slander us. They’ll lie on us. They’ll tell everybody we’re haters, we’re bigots. We just have to love them and tell them the truth."
"God has a different plan for you," said Bishop Jackson, who studied theology at Harvard Divinity School and earned a law degree from Harvard Law School. "God made you to reflect His likeness and His image, and not one you came up with on your own. And certainly not to be a 'furry' engaged in 'pet play.' I mean, God made you to reflect His glory, His righteousness, His holiness; made you to reflect His authority and power and dignity and honor – not this [pet play sado-masochism] craziness."
(Photo: FurryCon 2014, Facebook)
"And, wow, if this is what our young people are being taught in our colleges and universities," he said. "Folks, it brings me back to why we need to have an awakening in America. We need to have a cultural revolution in America that calls us back to those Judeo-Christian principles and ideals upon which this nation was founded."
“Can you imagine people who are subjected to this [furries and pet play] and who imbibe this and embrace this stuff?" said Bishop Jackson. "Can you imagine them leading our country? You ought to be glad that we have an electoral college system, because if we didn’t, California, as the largest state in the country, would have more influence in who becomes president than anybody else."
He continued, “Hillary Clinton did get more popular votes and you know where she got them from? California, from a bunch of brainwashed, indoctrinated folks who think that that godless direction in which they’re going is what the whole country should be doing."
(Photo: BBC, YouTube video screenshot)
"In other words," he said, "they’re not satisfied to go to Hell, they want to take the whole country with them.”
Bishop Jackson and his wife run Exodus Faith Ministries in Chesapeake, Va. Jackson, 65, was a lifelong Democrat until the 1980s when he realized the Democratic Party's policies, such as pro-abortion, pro-sodomy, were in conflict with Biblical Christianity. Bishop Jackson ran an unsuccessful campaign for the U.S. Senate in 2011.
The Jacksons host the "Chesapeake MLK Leadership Breakfast" every year in honor of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.