Rev. E.W. Jackson, the great-grandson of slaves, a Marine, and a Harvard Law graduate, said that gay couples cannot be parents in the real sense because they do not procreate, by definition as homosexuals, and can only "manufacture" children for "their own entertainment" through scientific manipulations.
He added that pushing pro-LGBT information to his children is "objectionable" and would make any normal parent "very angry."
On the May 23 edition of his radio show, The Awakening, Rev. Jackson re-addressed a comment he made in 2017 about how wrong it is for gays to give pro-homosexual literature to his children and if he saw it happen, he would have a hard time resisting the urge "to jump on that person and try to beat them into the ground.”
The criticism against me had to do with “comments I made about gay people – homosexuals – trying to get between me and my child information that they considered appropriate [but] that I consider objectionable," said Rev. Jackson. "I said that would create a real problem for me, that would make me very angry – and I don’t regret saying that at all because I know that it would."
“But I think that any normal parent would be very, very angry," he said. "And I think part of the reason why the homosexual community can’t relate is that they can’t really be parents, not in the normal sense."
"They can manipulate, do some kind of weird gyrations of science and so forth to try to manufacture some children for their own entertainment, I suppose, for their own self-aggrandizement, but they can’t really procreate," said Rev. Jackson. "They cannot procreate."
“By definition, they cannot procreate," he stressed. "And so I think perhaps they don’t understand what a normal parent’s response is to somebody trying to, in effect, manipulate, use, inculcate, indoctrinate your child with things that you find to be objectionable – particularly when the person says to you, ‘Shut up! You don’t have anything to say about it because I know what’s best for your child!’"
"That’s an issue," he added. "That’s a problem.”
In the Gospel of Mark, Jesus Christ taught, “But at the beginning of creation God ‘made them male and female. For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh.’ So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate.”
Rev. E.W. Jackson, 67, was the GOP nominee for lieutenant governor of Virginia in 2013. He and his wife founded Exodus Faith Ministries, based in Chesapeake, Va., in 1999.