Pastor Says WHAT About God?! (Video)

( – A Protestant Christian pastor declared, “God is queer” and “Black lives always matter” during an annual congress of the Protestant Church.

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The declaration came from Quinton Caesar, a native of the Republic of South Africa, who, in the past year, has served as a pastor in the German town of Wiesmoor, Lower Saxony province.

Caesar spoke during the final service of the German Protestant Church Congress, which was held in the main market of the city of Nuremberg.

Besides proclaiming God to be gay, the pastor also advocated for numerous other leftist causes, reports German newspaper Die Welt, as cited by Breitbart News.

“We are all the last generation,” the 38-year-old priest stated in his sermon.

That was construed as a reference to the far-left green extremist activist group “Letzte Generation” (Last Generation), which stages highway blockades in German to protest an alleged upcoming climate change Armageddon.

In his speech, Caesar, who bills himself as a “theologian activist pastor,” defended refugees, i.e., illegal immigrants, and insisted that “black lives always matter.”

He argued that any preacher in the name of the church who still “discriminates my siblings and me – because of our income, our skin color, our disability or our queer identity” didn’t understand the Bible’s teachings.

“God is always on the side of those who stand on the edge, who are not seen or not named. And if God is there, then there is also our place,” the far-left pastor stated.

His sermon generated backlash on social media, with many reacting that it might have been appropriate for the “Green Party Congress” instead of the Protestant Church gathering.

About 25,000 people attended the final service of the German Protestant Church Congress in Nuremberg, while the entire five-day event attracted about 70,000 attendees.

The church congress did hold exclusively political events and discussions. It was attended by the three most influential politicians of Germany’s left-green coalition government: Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock, and Minister of Economics Robert Habeck speaking.

Another politician in attendance was Friedrich Merz, the chairman of the opposition conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party.

Here is the video: