Jesus’ children? Caution : You must be 18 and above to read this!

by Ibn Anwar

Christian missionaries often try to make themselves seem more superior in piety than others,”These people(Muslims) are terrorists, sexual perverts, paedophiles blah blah blah. We are nice, we are kind, we are loving and we are compassionate. God is love. We are are one with God and we are LOVE!” But are they really? The following news about a Reverend/Pastor reminds me of a play I studied in my Drama Class called “Tartuffe”. It’s written by Moliere, the famous French playwright. The play, set in France is basically about an outwardly pious Christian who has great influence over the head of a household. The character, however, is actually perversely hypocritical, evil and deceitful. Such themes i.e. hypocrisy of the highest order seem to be ever prevalent in the real Christian world or shall I say Christian religious institutions?

Firstly, an excerpt from a press statement given by Thorington Road Baptist Church on the incident :

“The family, leadership, and staff of Thorington Road Baptist Church are saddened and grief stricken by the sudden death of our Pastor, Gary Aldridge….Brother Gary was the pastor of Thorington Road Baptist Church for sixteen years beginning in 1991 and was instrumental in leading our church to grow spiritually, physically, and numerically over his long tenure. Our Creator filled Bro. Gary with a zeal for life and ministry. He passionately pursued God daily as he walked through his days loving his wife, his church and the Great Commission of our faith.

He was instrumental in the church’s physical growth? hmmm

It would appear their “creator” did not just fill Pastor Gary with a zeal for his ministry but with zeal for other things besides, as we shall soon see.

It would also appear that he was not only passionately pursuing “God” but pursued other things as well.

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Reverend Gary Michael Aldridge

“DIED IN EROTIC BONDAGE EXCERCISE”

the News Excerpts :

The Stranger, Seattle’s Only Newspaper

 Last Days
The Week in Review
By David Schmader

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10

In lighter news, today brings an absolutely delightful autopsy report, courtesy of the Smoking Gun. The corpse: Gary Aldridge, a 51-year-old Baptist minister from Montgomery, Alabama. The cause of death: “accidental mechanical asphyxia,” believed to be the result of autoeroticism gone wrong. The kinky clues: the two complete wet suits—including a face mask, diving gloves and slippers, rubberized underwear, and a head mask—the hog-tied reverend was found wearing at the time of his death. Despite the discovery of a condom-covered dildo inside Aldridge, the autopsy report described the reverend’s anus as “unremarkable.”

 

Smoking Gun:

Autopsy: Pastor found in wet suits after autoerotic mishap

 OCTOBER 8–An Alabama minister who died in June of “accidental mechanical asphyxia” was found hogtied and wearing two complete wet suits, including a face mask, diving gloves and slippers, rubberized underwear, and a head mask, according to an autopsy report. Investigators determined that Rev. Gary Aldridge’s death was not caused by foul play and that the 51-year-old pastor of Montgomery’s Thorington Road Baptist Church was alone in his home at the time he died (while apparently in the midst of some autoerotic undertaking). While the Montgomery Advertiser, which first obtained the autopsy records, reported on Aldridge’s two wet suits, the family newspaper chose not to mention what police discovered inside the minister’s rubber briefs. Aldridge served as the church’s pastor for 16 years. Immediately following his death, church officials issued a press release asking community members to “please refrain from speculation” about what led to Aldridge’s demise, adding that, “we will begin the healing process under the strong arm of our Savior, Jesus Christ.”

End of Excerpts

Note : “please refrain from speculation”. Yes, please shut up everyone and don’t think bad thoughts about the man!

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 Is this the shepherd of Christians? The children of Jesus? Born again and immaculate?

 

AN IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR READERS :

 The nature of this article with others to come are not meant to insinuate that the whole Christian world do the things these kind of people do. The purpose of having these articles on this site is to prove a very crucial point to Evangelists who play the “Holier than thou” card with Muslims and others in their Evangelical missions all over the world and on the Net. It is to make them realise that they have some serious problems in their own backyard, hence, they should cease using bad Muslims as example that Islam is bad.

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5 Responses to “Jesus’ children? Caution : You must be 18 and above to read this!”

  1. Ibn Anwar says:

    As much as we have “black sheep” in our community, you have them in yours as well. So stop pointing fingers.

  2. Idetrorce says:

    very interesting, but I don’t agree with you
    Idetrorce

  3. Celina says:

    Relationship with Jesus Christ is like a marriage. Even in the natural, marriage between two people may appear wonderfully intact from the outside, but behind closed doors it can be another story. This has nothing to do with Christian faith or the Christian religion. It has all to do with the individuals themselves. You can only judge the one person.

  4. Wet Willie says:

    Big difference between strapping on a dildo and strapping on a bomb! You can’t excuse the continued violence of extremist Muslims with the act of one hypocrite.

  5. Ibn Anwar says:

    Greetings,
    Yes, I see what you mean Wet Willie/ However, you’re making a false comparison. If you’d like to make a legit one, you should produce examples of Imams who died in the same immoral and animalistic way the “good” pastor did. Strapping a bomb eh? Well here’s a good comparison http://unveilingchristianity.w.....-unveiled/ Which is worse, to blow oneself up(a show of bravery at least, however misplaced it may be) or dropping bombs on people from the safety of an airplane? Both are wrong, but if ya really wanna compare, i think the latter is definitely far worse as it is the epitome of evil and cowardice. So please, wake up.

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