Queer Star Trek fans began arriving in our Godly city of Nashville Friday morning, marking the beginning of what is certain to be a shameful, man-boy-teen homosnogging fest the likes of which this Christian community has not ever seen.
For decades now, God’s humble servants of Nashville have been keenly aware of the unambiguous synonymity between the terms “Trekky” and “Homosexual”. It shouldn’t be surprising that the typical Trekky is usually also a God-hating homosexual, given the thinly veiled homo-erotic on-screen relationships between Captain Kirk and his First Officer, or the queer-eye-candy-boy young, smooth as silk Wesley Crusher from The Next Generation series and his similarly transparent and suspicious inter-species flings with Klingon Commander Worf.
My fear, friends in Christ, is that this will be a bigger embarrassment to The LORD and to the community than the recent Comic-Con was to the fine Christians of San Diego.
Indeed, Mr. Roddenberry himself, in a 1991 interview with The Humanist, said, “I’m sorry I never had a homosexual relationship, because I know there must be many joys and pleasures and degrees of closeness in those relationships.”
As God’s people know, Mr. Roddenberry was deeply misinformed, if he truly believed the words he spoke.
Is it a coincidence that the name of the facility hosting this most foul and debaucherous event is The Gaylord Opryland Resort and Conference Center?
Let us pray that Jesus will have a presence throughout this spiritually void event, in the form of the Holy Spirit, and will move at least a few of these lost souls to Holy Salvation.
Yours in Christ,
Jonathan Pearson Whittaker, Christian Attorney and Pastor