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  • j tennum

    I can't find the comment now but someone said how elitist for him to think he gets to decide who gets to go to Heaven.
    Was cutting through a Church Parking lot last week and a bumper sticker said something like
    "heaven has a strict immigration policy. Hell has open borders". And this person has it on their car at Church and was in there thinking they are such a good Xtian.

  • Will Postthetruth

    The comments about burning, killing, hating, etc. do not agree with the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. This man is NOT a true Christian.
    He is apparently aware that he can make money from ignorant, insecure, hateful, etc. people by promoting his views under the disguise of Christianity.

  • TexasVulcan

    What ever happened to "love, tolerance and compassion"?

  • CaptnBlynd

    The only purpose people like this serve is to attract like minded individuals so we can identify and monitor them.

  • threehundredthousand

    He's been banned from entering the UK since 2016.

  • Bud Simpson

    It sure seems like America is going out of it's way lately to provide the world stage with far too many loathsome people.

  • The Thinker

    Can we banish him from USA?

  • Linzie Rogers

    Not a student of history but would I be wrong in saying a belief in religion and its tenets and the practice thereof has caused misery on a large scale throughout the ages? I was thinking of The Crusades, Galileo, and the Spanish Inquisition to mention but a few. Just wondering.

  • chickenpotpie

    Tampe? Really?

  • Mr. Logical

    "An online petition that called for Anderson's ban in Ireland had gained more than 14,000 signatures, calling him anti-LGBTQ and attempting to "get people to change their minds on last year's abortion referendum."

    I mean, the guy sounds like a first class jerk... but since when is having an opinion or advocating for reversal of a policy worthy of banning someone from entering a country?

    I mean it's Ireland's house... but by that logic they should be banning half their own fellow citizens. People have different opinions, get used to it...

  • TexWho

    He has called for the execution of gay people and applauded the Orlando massacre in June 2016 ...
    how is this any different than Sunni Wahabi Imams issuing fatwas to kill Christians.

    Has the US Government classified "The Faithful Word Baptist Church" as a terrorist organization or are they considered to be "fine people".

  • Pearly Wookiee

    seems like you could have more fun with him than to just kick him out, can't he stay?

  • Justin Tyme

    Seems the Irish made a wise decision.

  • TexWho

    He has called for the execution of gay people and applauded the Orlando massacre in June 2016 both online and in public religious events.

    Can he be charged with inciting to riot?

  • TexWho

    NOw if we could only ban him from the US.

  • TrueBlue

    White supremacists are using the 1st Amendment in the US to subvert the American value that all men are created equal.

  • A C

    Gotta love the snake oil salesmen that tend to forget that the religion they "preach" originated out of the old testament, as did the koran, and the torah, and tend to "practice" opposite what those books actually say. Lol!!

  • Valerie

    ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these (my brothers and sisters), you did not do for me.’ -- Not that I think the LGBTQ community is the least of humanity - I don't - but Mr Anderson apparently does. (I say 'Mr.' because he has not yet earned the title of Reverend). Has he given the LGBTQ love? Has he given this group compassion, respect kindness...? What he withholds from humanity, he withholds from himself, and the Divine. How sad.

  • Rodney Barnburn

    Thank God that the Irish choose to keep out our vile “Christian” hate mongers.

  • Kalinysta

    Satan got another agent masquerading as a preacher I see.

  • Olorin

    headline is misleading. shouldn't it be Ireland bans US hatemonger?

  • TerminalSanity

    I swear Evangelical preachers more and more are literally some of the most Godless amoral people on the planet. A bunch of false shepherds leading their blind flock of sheep into the very heart of darkness and hatred, fleecing them all the way.

  • Lee Thompson

    I'm guessing he's one of the 'false prophets' the Bible warns of.

  • MTkatzpjs

    First thing he needs to learn is the difference between a gay person and a pedophile!

  • Justice4All2

    The US doesn't want him either. Send him to a ME country that shares his views.

  • snake

    Kudos to Ireland for banning him. How about Facebook & Twitter doing the same.

  • kritikosman

    Lucky Ireland.

  • Sludge

    Yep, he's a closet gay pedophile. To disagree with (whatever) is one thing, this is something different.

  • gypsy

    That pastor is a putz.

  • Stonewall Johnson

    Anyone who understands Christianity immediately recognizes that this guy is not a Christian. The problems is that most people willingly judge Christianity by those who practice it wrongly. It's obvious that he's a pariah to the Church. Should I judge all LGBT by what Milo Y says?

  • notorious

    Just another closeted gay homophobe. Yawn.

  • Ageing Geek

    Seems to have a real problem about gays-Most research suggests that those who are extreme homophobes are of course inside them selves conflicted shall we say

  • notorious

    He certainly is no Christian. Jesus said nothing about the gays. He railed on rich people, however. Why doesn't this guy denounce wealthy people?

  • wdj

    What a disgusting excuse for a human, let's ban him from the US.

  • fastone

    "You can safely assume that you've created God in your own image when it turns out that your God hates all the same people you do." ... Anne Lamott

  • Danny Lee White

    Ashamed to call Him Arizonian.
    Ashamed of Him.

  • james jones

    Anderson should admit to his own deluded schizophrenia. He believes that he is God.

  • cephalo

    There is nothing scarier or more evil than people who close their eyes and ears and believe anything the most vile cretin can throw at them. Cult following should have an official diagnosis that allows for legal intervention.

  • InTheDogHouse

    There sure seems to be a lot of burning and punishment from a god that supposedly loves us. Hmm.

  • AnonymousWatches

    He'd fit right in with certain reformation preachers...so would the Irish Catholics who repressed a lot of reformed Christians some 400 to 500 years ago. That legacy still exists to this day in Western Europe and the U.S. For a long dry read, try "The Reformation: A History" by Diarmaid MacCulloch. They really fought over the doctrines and political control back then.

  • StrontiDog

    One of the local Baptist superchurches sends missionaries to Ireland. Aren't those folks mostly Christian?

  • Jeff Wainright

    Sounds like he would fit right in with the Westboro Baptist Church in Kansas.