‘Trans Woman’ ‘Pastor’ Baptizes Guy With His Big Man-Hands

In a video posted January 12, “Pastor” “Amie” Scott baptizes a new convert to whatever gosh-awful pseudo-Christian cult god they worship at Deeper Waters “Christian” Ministries in Beaverton, Oregon.

You can see the man, dressed like a woman, explain baptism in a gruff (but effeminate) voice. He tells the young man being baptized his view of what baptism represents. It’s not apparent whether or not there’s a congregation watching.

See below.

Deeper Waters Christian Ministries was founded as an “open and affirming LGBTQ” church according to a GoFundMe fundraiser posted by its “pastor,” “Amie” Scott.

Scott identifies as a “trans woman,” meaning he is a man. In his testimony, Scott says, “I am a better woman because of his work in me.”

We’re pretty sure God’s not responsible for him trying to be a woman.

[Editor’s Note: HT Bevy Azure]



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