“Religious extremist” Jonathan Shelly of Stedfast church calls Pride March an abomination and says gay people should be sentenced to death
Pastor Jonathan Shelley of Stedfast Baptist Church in Texas addressed the City Council in Arkansas in 2022. He was horrified and ashamed that the city acknowledged PRIDE Month, pushed by the militant LGBTQ.
He cited civil laws prohibiting same-sex activities and statistics showing their harmful effects on society. He also explained why a nation whose state constitution acknowledges God as its sovereign should not support the Satanic PRIDE March.
Sentenced to death because that is what God said
In a now-deleted sermon, Shelly said, “Every single homosexual in our country should be charged with the crime, the abomination of homosexuality, that they have; they should be convicted in a lawful trial, sentenced with death.”
“They should be lined up against the wall and shot in the back of the head! Because that is what God said,” the extremist Christian pastor justified. But then, the “white pastor” has not been outspoken with LGBTQIA activists who persecute Christians.
What the Bible says about homosexuality
The Christian Bible is clear about homosexual behaviors. It is a sin and an abomination. However, the Bible also says that anyone who repents from their sinful ways and comes to Jesus will be saved from the coming wrath of God.
Pastor Shelly has added to the long list of why Christians in the USA stay away from Christianity.
Stedfast church was disowned and fined for its bigotry
In February 2022, a judge fined and ordered Stedfast church to vacate their leasing building. The building owner, Fellowship of the Sword, said Stedfast violated their lease by threatening and creating a dangerous nuisance.
Apparently, its pastor praised the death of a spectator at a PRIDE March in Florida, who was truck drove through a crowd of marchers in June 2019.
The anti-LGBT hate group Stedfast Baptist Church (SBC) split after pastor Donnie Romero resigned from the main SBC church in Fort Worth amidst revelations that he hired prostitutes and was involved in gambling and marijuana.
First Baptist Watauga is not affiliated in any way with Stedfast Baptist Church. Neither is Stedfast Baptist Church in Watauga a part of the Southern Baptist Convention or Southern Baptist of Texas Convention.