The Sounds of Fundamentalism: Blue is for Boys and Pink is for Girls by Tony Hutson

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This is the fifteenth installment in The Sounds of Fundamentalism series. This is a series that I would like readers to help me with. If you know of a video clip that shows the crazy, cantankerous, or contradictory side of Evangelical Christianity, please send me an email with the name or link to the video. Please do not leave suggestions in the comment section.  Let’s have some fun!

Today’s Sound of Fundamentalism is a clip taken from a sermon preached at North Valley Baptist Church, Santa Clara, California by Independent Fundamentalist Baptist Tony Hutson, pastor of Middle Tennessee Baptist Church, Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Hutson is the son of the late Curtis Hutson, one time IFB pastor and editor of the Sword of the Lord.

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5 Comments

  1. Angiep

    My son and his pregnant wife (their first) say they intend to raise their kids “gender neutral,” and they will let their son wear flowers on his onesie if that is what they get, and their daughter can play with toy trucks if she wants. He is a phenomenal jiujitsu practicioner who teaches high school. His wife is a very feminine dancer who also teaches. Their point is just to let people choose their own way and not force roles upon them. I’m surprised this preacher was able to even find a church in Santa Clara that would want to hear his homophobic and misogynist rantings.

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  2. Steve

    How fat is this guy gonna get???

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  3. Matt Martin

    The tradition of dressing boys in blue and girls in pink is generally quite recent. Prior to about 1930 it was the reverse. Boys in pink and girls in blue.

    http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/when-did-girls-start-wearing-pink-1370097/?no-ist

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    1. Brian

      A little history is just the medicine this blowhard needs but just like the infamous Jack Hyles, this man of God will not bother to listen. His beliefs were probably battered into him as a child and he no longer has a human need to seek truth. His truth is found! And pink OH JESUS THANK-YOU! belongs on girls and blue must be reserved for bipeds with a penis!
      I have truly seen the glory of the coming of the Lord and by golly it is humbling. How do I stand against this kind of insight, this mighty intellect on display. My tail is between my legs now as I check my closet to be sure the lighter lilacs or the hazy roses do not look pink in any light of day or night! God forgive me! Oh holy father, the wisdom of your colors astounds and humbles me in my shopping! Never again, a Gap (inhabited by devils seeking to blend the given colors!), no more online guessing that the shirt I like is definitely not quite pink, no more loose living, Lord. Thank-you Jesus.
      BTW, could you good, believing folk help me find the appropriate scriptures being explained by this mighty man of the Cross, Tony Hutson? I have fallen so far from the mighty and unchangeable truth that I do not know what the fuck this man is talking about… He sounds to me like an utter brain-shred.

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  4. rachel

    Ah, their favourite subject!

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