‘Straight, Christian’ Pretended to be Gay For a Year

TMOTHY KUREK, AUTHOR OF ‘THE CROSS IN THE CLOSET,’ WITH SHIRTLESS  FRIENDS AT NASHVILLE GAY PRIDE DAY.

I don’t believe Timothy Kurek. He’s the alleged Christian, alleged heterosexual who told ABC News he spent a year “pretending” to be gay.

Why did the 26-year-old Nashville man, a graduate of Liberty University (the so-called evangelical “West Point”) decide to go undercover? Because, he said, he wanted to “walk in the shoes” of a homosexual.

So Kurek went all in.

He “came out” as gay to all his family and friends. He got a job in a gay café. He hung out at a gay bar. He joined a gay softball league. He even got a gay bud of his – “a big, black, burly Teddy bear” is how Kurek described him – to be his “pretend” boyfriend.

So how did it all work out for Kurek?

Well, he said, he “went from being a very conservative Christian to being an ally of the gay community.”

That’s because church people are so intolerant, so judgmental, so unwilling to accept that homosexuality is on a moral par with heterosexuality.

In church, said Kurek, “You learned to be afraid of God” and that “the loving thing to tell  my friend that is gay, ‘Hey listen, you are an abomination and you need to repent to go to heaven.’ I absolutely believed in that lock, stock and barrel.”

Well, I don’t know what kind of church Kurek attended. And I don’t know what kind of theology it espoused.

I just know I’ve attended a number of churches around the country with conservative Christian congregations.

None of them taught that Christ followers should be “afraid” of God. And I heard no pastor say that the loving thing to tell any gay friends or family we might have is that they are abominable and going to hell if the don’t straighten up.

What I heard in those conservative Christian churches is that God is love. That He makes His sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust. That He is not willing that any should perish – including gays – but that all should come to repentance.

Kurek, author of a book, “The Cross in the Closet,” thinks gays have nothing to repent. He thinks it should be perfectly acceptable for man to lie with man, and woman to lie with woman.

Well, God’s Word says otherwise.

And allies of the gay community, like Kurek, the alleged Christian, espouse false doctrine when they tell homosexuals  they can live in defiance of that Word without fear of eternal separation from the Almighty.

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Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Nobody taught Tim to hate anyone or to be afraid of God. I know him and was there.

    • Thank you for your comment. As a rule, we do not publish anonymous posts, but we are making an exception in this case in hope that you will provide more detail. We are not asking that you disclose your name, but you use a screen name other than “Anonymous.” God bless.

  2. You are absolutely right. I had a long debate on this on F.B. I have no clue how any “Christian” can think this was a good idea. My thought is this guy was not a Christian or a Chino (Christian in name only) I made that up any good? :) He was , I believe, being drawn in by the demons of Queerdom. Spending a year, I’d say he enjoyed it.

  3. SandyLester says:

    Timmy Boy is a liar, it is that simple.

    • Sad that this man will probably lead others into folly. God is not to be mocked, and neither is His word. If one claims to be a Christian, follow God’s commandments–if not, do not claim to be a Christian.

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