PhoboQuotable - Pastor Jim Garlow
"When these pastors would complete their sermons, they would take off their black robes -- they preached in vestments at those times - and underneath that would be the attire of military. They would pick up a musket and ask: 'Who's going to go fight with me?' And so the revolutionary armies during that time came from pastors leading the churches. It's known as the Blacked-Robed Regiment. And we need a black-robed regiment today. We need pastors who are willing to stand up. And we need persons who are in the pews to stand up with them -- a black-robed regiment of laypersons -- who's going to take a like stand." - Manhattan Declaration co-author Pastor Jim Garlow, calling on the nation's Christians to rise up against homosexuals and other equality-minded people.
For those unaware, the Manhattan Declaration calls on Americans to disobey all LGBT rights laws. Garlow and his followers just completed a 40-day period of fasting and prayers that Jeebus will see fit to smite the gay rights movement.