Crazy Baptist troll Bob Hutton starts his very own blog
BREAKING news: Bob Hutton, the mutton-headed evangelist who’s been trolling this site for months, has launched his own blog.
And there are no prizes for guessing what his debut post on “The Gospel Truth” is all about.
Just what is about these maggots that they cannot leave the subject of homosexuality alone? It seems to pervade their every conscious thought, and I shouldn’t be surprised if they don’t dream of it as well.
Last year they [the Government] passed a ‘gay hate’ law which made it an offence to incite hatred against gays. Of course, no true Christian wants to do anything of the kind, but simply teaching that homosexuality is sinful should not be a criminal offence.
What a disingenuous little shit!
People like him scuttle away like cockroaches whenever it is pointed out to them that their “teaching” translates directly into violence, bleating all the while “it’s nothing to do with us, guv.”
The hard truth – and this comes directly from an evangelical Christian in the US – is that evangelical types have been, and still are, directly responsible for a great deal of violence and emotional pain meted out to gay people.
Back in June, David P Gushee – reviewing a book entitled Crisis: 40 Stories Revealing the Personal, Social, and Religious Pain and Trauma of Growing Up Gay in America – wrote:
As an evangelical Christian whose career has been spent in the South, I must say I find it scandalous that the most physically and psychologically dangerous place to be (or even appear to be) gay or lesbian in America is in the most religiously conservative families, congregations and regions of this country. Many of the most disturbing stories in this volume come from the Bible Belt. This marks an appalling Christian moral failure.
The accounts of murder, suicide and appalling abuse gathered in this volume are enough to make one’s blood run cold.
Crisis recounts the sad stories of dozens of young people who, like the biblical Esau, cried for a blessing from their parents, friends and churches. All too often they have not received it. All too often they have been left broken, rejected as human beings – at the hands of Christians and in the name of the Bible. Obviously we must extend basic acceptance to gay youths such as these, as well as Christian love.
Moreover, after reading these stories, I feel that Christians have something they need to request from God and from gays and lesbians, and that is forgiveness.
Commenting on his own blog, Hutton says:
You may notice that on my comments I have put on a facility that means all comments are pre-moderated. This is because once our atheist ‘friends’ find it they will, no doubt, put on abusive comments and even profanity.
And how did I find it? Simply by following a link this nauseating little attention-seeker sent to me earlier today.
There is another comment on his blog, congratulating him his entry into the blogosphere. It’s from an American Baptist preacher Tom Estes, a fitting name consider the balls he preaches.
I just want to encourage you to keep it up, regardless of what attacks may come your way. And rest assured, when the atheists who hate you find out you have a blog, they will attack, but don’t stop. We have God on our side, which means we win!
Why do the words “mutual masturbation” spring immediately to mind?
Personally I am delighted that Hutton has launched a blog. Hopefully it will keep him from trolling this and similar sites, and curtail his obsession with entering supermarkets and inserting religious tracts into packets of food.
• This (edited) post first appeared on the Freethinker site on August 21, 2009.