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Hagee: DOMA Ruling Is A Sign 'That The Rapture...Is About To Occur' - VIDEO

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It's been more than two weeks since the Supreme Court handed down the decision that gutted the Defense of Marriage Act, and anti-gay activists continue to decry and bemoan that fact. However, if Matthew Hagee of the show "Hagee Hotline" is at all correct in his recent assertion, said activists might not have to live in a post-DOMA world for much longer. 

While answering a viewer question, Hagee, son of controversial pastor John Hagee, pulled an excerpt from Luke 17:21-30: "just as it was in the days of Noah [and] Lot ... so will it be on the day when the Son of Man is revealed." In his subsequent explanation, "the days of Noah" is meant to indicate a time when "men were Agnostic, not believing in God," and "the days of Lot" is meant to refer to a time when "men had given up the natural affections for women and were lying with other men." Despite the fact that Agnosticism and homosexuality have existed for centuries now, Hagee still cautioned "we have all of those things happening in the world around us."

To put things in a more contemporary context, Hagee then cited the Supreme Court's decision for Windsor v. United States

"That's something that would have been applauded in the days of Sodom and Gomorrah.  So when you see these things similar to the days of Noah and similar to the days of Lot, it's very easy to know that the rapture of the church is about to occur."

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  1. The Rapture! LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Posted by: andrew | Jul 11, 2013 11:13:42 PM

  2. he must be referring to a different kind of rapture - i.e. noun. ecstasy, ravishment, delight, trance

    Posted by: RJ Abada | Jul 12, 2013 12:05:24 AM

  3. Where do you even find this crap and why are you looking there?

    Posted by: UFFDA | Jul 12, 2013 1:32:22 AM

  4. As they 'lied' with their wives? I think he means to say as they 'lay' with their wives. These bigots evangelize all day long and can't even speak proper English.

    Posted by: Ombre | Jul 12, 2013 6:28:51 AM

  5. He seems nice. And he's pretty cute, too! I wonder if he might like to gay-marry me :) I should probably ask his dad for his blessing before I propose....

    Posted by: Mark | Jul 12, 2013 7:00:06 AM

  6. It's not a rapture, it's a rupture, and it's happening in their brains.

    Posted by: Jack M | Jul 12, 2013 8:07:33 AM

  7. EVERYONE please put 'Zeta' in the search engine on here. This poster tries to present themselves as rational but is fueled with so many anti gay remarks. We need to call out the trolls. Zeta is one major troll!

    Posted by: Junior | Jul 12, 2013 9:23:37 AM

  8. The classic "stupid tax" of asking for donations right before the end of the world.

    Posted by: anon | Jul 12, 2013 9:39:40 AM

  9. "Men were individuals who believed they could be like God! We have all of those things happening in the world around us." Yes, we call those evangelical, bigoted Christians.

    Posted by: Kevin | Jul 12, 2013 10:01:29 AM

  10. The rapture was invented in the 1700's, picked up by Edward Irving and passed along by Darby and Scofield. It does not exist in any commentaries prior to this. Calvin, Wesley, Knox or anyone else mentions this because it was not invented yet. In addition, they have to ignore about a hundred verses which indicate the second coming was near, close, soon and at hand during Jesus's generation. Hagee and his son are just trying to sell books and tapes as mondern day moneychangers in the temple.

    Posted by: Don Wright | Jul 12, 2013 11:21:10 AM

  11. I meant to say that the Reformers DO NOT mention the Rapture because it was not invented yet. Numerous people spoke out about the Rapture teaching when it was invented. Go back and read some of their writings (1830-1900) and see how they opposed the "new" teaching of a rapture. Also look at how every instance of "this generation" in the NT and see it refers to the generation of people living during Jesus's day. Also take a look at the attempt to rebuild the temple during the reign of Julian the Apostate. As Roman Emperor he tried to assist the Jews in rebuilding the temple in 336 AD. Failed miserably because God sent earthquakes, storms, and fireballs to kill the workers and make the work impossible.

    Posted by: Don Wright | Jul 12, 2013 11:26:23 AM

  12. Good. Then maybe you a-holes will get gone, and leave the rest of us to live in peace.

    Posted by: SFRowGuy | Jul 12, 2013 2:35:42 PM

  13. With people like him in the world, let us all pray that "RAPTURE" comes quickly.

    Posted by: Jerry6 | Jul 14, 2013 5:16:26 PM

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