-- Head of the Coalition of Conscience, frequent speaker on the conservative circuit
-- Author of A Queer Thing Happened To America
-- Said marriage for gay couples is of the Devil: "Yes, the battle lines have been drawn, the enemy is taking ground, and many of us hardly realize that the war is on. The devil is moving forward with energy and aggression. What in the world are we doing?"
-- Says his anti-gay book is like a modern day version of anti-slavery novel Uncle Tom's Cabin
-- Asked: "Are all sexual orientations gifts from God? Zoophilia, or coprophilia, the sexual stimulation by faeces, or bestiality, I mean things that everyone would be repulsed by, or pedophilia. Are those gifts from God? … How do you distinguish which sexual orientation is a gift from God and which is not?"
-- Says you "cannot possibly be a practicing homosexual and a follower of Jesus at the same time." (16:32)
-- Says activists use LGBT youth suicide victims as "pawns in a larger political agenda"
-- Said equality advocates were complicit in death of slain gay teen Larry King: "[R]ather than point the finger at a 'homophobic' society, they should point it at themselves. I'm speaking of course of gay activists, who have made Larry into a martyr for the cause of gay activism when, in reality, he was more a victim of gay activism."
-- When asked if acceptance of gays is "the course that nations take just before their final destruction," answered: "Once you begin to celebrate things that were once shameful, everything has become undone -- and yes, the clock is ticking." (6:27)
-- Asked if "the demon" could be cast out of gays, answered: "Listen, why is it that people can accept demonic influences in other behaviors? Someone’s a heterosexual pornography addict and they get delivered from demons and their [sic] free. Someone’s addicted to drugs, they get delivered from demons, someone’s got a horrific fierce temper, they get deliver from demons and their [sic] free. Why can’t we recognize that this can happen with homosexuality too?"
-- Says gay activists aim to throw Christians in jail