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HYPOCRICY: Formerly Gay Gospel Singer, Donnie McClurkin Condemns Same Sex Marriage

Following the historic Supreme Court ruling that legalized same sex marriage nation wide, gospel singer Donnie McClurkin shared a post on his Facebook page which vehemently condemned the ruling.

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“We’ve just received the answer from man’s Supreme Court….we already received the answer from GOD!! With NO REGARD to what the Supreme Court of MAN decrees…no matter what MY past was or feelings & struggles …GOD has set the only standard for marriage to be between man and woman…in biology, in physiology, in history, biblically & scripturally and that..I will NEVER speak against!”

It’s ironic that McClurkin would be so publicly against gay-marriage as he was “formerly” homosexual himself. McClurkin once said he was gay because of a childhood molestation. He was supposedly “delivered from the sin of homosexuality” after giving his life to Christ.

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“WE MUST LOVE ALL PEOPLE!!!! Homosexual or heterosexual ..NO MATTER WHAT WALK OF LIFE THEY TAKE!!!” But follows up the statement with, “THE SUPREME COURT WAS WRONG GOD AND HIS WORD IS RIGHT!!”

Adding insult to injury, McClurkin uses his past transgressions to quantity his hate speech.

“I know…I know….I’ve done many things in this regard wrongly….but that only qualifies me to address it! In love.”

Read his full rant below and let us know your thoughts!

Gospel Singer Donnie McClurkin under fire for condemning same sex marriage. (Facebook)

One Response to “HYPOCRICY: Formerly Gay Gospel Singer, Donnie McClurkin Condemns Same Sex Marriage”

  1. KydeeKristina

    I see nothing wrong with him publicly saying he’s against gay marriage–despite his past which God has forgiven him for–not everyone is going to agree with the decision of the Supreme Court nor should everyone be expected to-we all have the right to believe in what we want to believe in–why are we placing judgment on a pastor–the very thing we don’t want to be done to homosexuals–it’s senseless


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