1. VRC

    It gave Peterson a sense of power and evil delight that these the lives of these trusting people was ” in his hands”, like a kidnapper’s surge of adrenaline when his victim begs for their life. I am suspecting he gets the same delight in knowing people are risking their spiritual lives by blindly following his teachings.

  2. JDV


    “I have been in (Presbyterian) churches when I was an associate pastor where there were several women who were lesbians. They didn’t make a big deal about it. I’d go and visit them and it never came up for them. They just assumed that they were as Christian as everybody else in the church.” 

    Maybe they were reading “the Message“ as Scripture and going by what was done in that to Romans 1?

    “Pastor” Peterson continues: “I wouldn’t have said this 20 years ago, but now I know a lot of people who are gay and lesbian and they seem to have as good a spiritual life as I do. I think that kind of debate about lesbians and gays might be over. People who disapprove of it, they’ll probably just go to another church. So we’re in a transition and I think it’s a transition for the best, for the good.”

    In the article, he also said yes when asked if he would officiate a same-sex ceremony for “Christians of good faith” — note the evidently loaded premise from the article writer.

  3. Elizabeth Bennett

    Peterson obviously did not care about the huge danger he had purposely put his own family in, just so he could experience the adrenaline rush. Very selfish of him to do this and frightening that a man who calls himself a believer would do such a thing. Two or three family members might have been killed.

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