This is the seventy-eighth 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 video by Katie Gregoire. In the first part of the video Gregoire dismisses Evangelicals who say you can pray away temptation. However. later in the video she proceeds to tell viewers that “talking to God” (prayer) is an effective means of overcoming the desire to look at porn.
Katie, her mother Shelia, and sister Rebecca have all found ways to make money “ministering” to women. I find it interesting that Evangelicals need advice givers such as the Gregoires. I thought the Bible was all that Christians need to live the victorious Christian life. I thought the Holy Spirit lives inside of every believer. If Christians have the inspired, inerrant Word of God — God’s revelation to humanity, and God himself — the Holy Spirit — living inside of them, why do they still needs advice givers such as the Gregoires?
What would they advise me? I have no desire to “overcome” my desire to watch porn! ??????
Somehow, the people with the least knowledge are the most anxious to share it with the rest of the world. This was so stupid it hurts.
Maybe if I just mute the sound and use the video for fapping… Fundie girls did turn me on at one time in life…
So… since I’m not “struggling with this” (unless my internet connection isn’t working at the time), my answers would be:
1. Because I’m horny. I do it because I’m horny.
2. I’m gonna do it again when I’m horny. Fortunately, that happens regularly. Calling a friend would be a fun idea in that situation, I must admit.
3. Oooo, I love outdoor sex. But, it needs to be in a secluded location.
4. The porn downloads just fine in any room of the house. It makes sense to have a good router.
5. “Oh, God! That was good!”