Pastor says Army is “recruiting homos; don’t join to die for some corporation”

A pastor in Arizona delivered a fiery sermon a couple of weeks ago, telling his congregation why they should not join the U.S. military.

Pastor Steven Anderson told his congregation at Faithful Word Baptist Church at in Temple, Arizona the U.S military’s imperialistic goals would only get them killed to profit banks and corporations.

“I’m not going to go out and shot on some battlefield for something I don’t even believe in,” he said. “I’m not willing to die so some corporation or banker can become a multi-millionaire and I can go bleed and die somewhere like a fool.”

He went on to say he is willing to die for the “Lord Jesus Christ” who came to “save men’s lives not destroy them.

“We should be in an Army that saves men’s lives, not destroys them,” he said.

Anderson also cited the open acceptance of homosexuals serving in the military as a reason not to join, using the word “sodomite” -derived from the bible- to describe them.

“They are bringing the sodomites into the military. That’s enough of a reason right there. Where they are filling the US military with open sodomites, reprobates, worst scum of the earth…”

He claims to have seen U.S. military advertising and billboards which, in his opinion, directly targets homosexuals to join the U.S. military.

“People who are in the military have to go to training now to teach them how to get along with homos,” he said. “Is that what you want?”

While Pastor Steven Anderson has no college degree or seminary training, he claims has well over 140 chapters of the Bible memorized word-for-word, including approximately half of the New Testament.

He was born and raised in Sacramento, CA and started Faithful Word Baptist Church in 2005.

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