That headline is ballsy for even little old me. But these kinds of stories from pastors really … really … piss me off.
Pastors are supposed to have a better direct line to the almighty. If their line is broken, how am I to trust flimsy kids on Facebook talking about how god told them this and that?
Fired First Baptist pastor to plead guilty in sex scandal involving 17-year-old
Jack Schaap, former pastor of First Baptist Church in Hammond, was fired in August because he allegedly had a relationship with a 17-year-old girl. The church initially said its deacon board fired Schaap because he committed a “sin.”
The church has said the 17-year-old girl and her family are members of First Baptist, which was one of the first megachurches in the country. The church has a congregation of more than 15,000.
Schaap, 54, of Dyer, is scheduled to have his initial appearance Wednesday afternoon before U.S. Judge Paul Cherry in federal court in Hammond.
Did you know there is a real book titled, “Satan, you can’t have my marriage,” by Iris Delgado?
You do now!
It has all kinds of nuggets of advice. It says that gay marriage is a huge opponent of straight marriage.
It says that you and your spouse can have a “supernatural marriage.”
No, you won’t be able to hover over the bed during sex. It just means you can use supernatural powers to ward off jealousy, anger and any emotion that comes from Satan (Satan!) to bollix up your marriage.
Delgado makes no case for a living, breathing Satan. But goes out of her way to demonize the shithead.
She also explains that her mother dealt with the ungodliness of her husband only to be given fruit as a reward at the end of her life.
So if you have a bad marriage, stick to it, kids. When you’re old, God will finally reward you with a wasted life remaining faithful to an asshole. After that bastard dies, you can finally feel free to laugh and cry without that asshole hitting you.