Friday, June 19, 2009

"Gay Exorcism" On YouTube Causes Controversy (wtf!)

"Gay" Exorcism On YouTube Causes Controversy - WTIC
A Connecticut church posted a controversial video on YouTube that raised questions about the treatment of children by a leader of a gay and lesbian teen mentoring group among others

The video features church elders performing what looks like an exorcism, of what they refer to in the video as "homosexual demons"

The video shows leaders of the Manifested Glory Ministries in a frenetic scene, screaming, "Right now I command you to leave!"

At the same time a teen writhing on the ground as the adults around him implore so called "homosexual demons" to get out.

The leaders yell at the boy on the ground saying, "Right now in the name of Jesus, I call the homosexuality, right now in the name of Jesus."

For 20 minutes it continues with the boy in a near seizure, even vomiting.

By the looks of it, and the repeated references to his sexual orientation, it appears to be a gay exorcism.

Prophet Patricia McKinney and her husband, church overseer Kelvin McKinney have a weekly radio show. She wasn't much interested in talking, telling Fox 61's Laurie Perez, "Don't be following, I'm telling you no."

The only hint of a comment was her saying the ritual shown in the video is just one part of their ministry....


Lee Waters said...

Oh, man. I couldn't even watch that. How old is the kid? :(

libhom said...

This is yet another reason to be completely sick and tired of religion.