Lesbian asks anti-gay church to stone her

Fri. March 21, 2014 9:29 AM by OnTopMag.com

New York City - A lesbian has posted video of her asking an anti-gay church in Harlem, New York to stone her.

Pastor James David Manning, who helms the ATLAH World Missionary Church, last week proclaimed on his church sign: "Jesus would stone homos. Stoning is still the law."

The message includes a reference to Leviticus 20:13, which reads, "If a man lies with a man as with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination; they shall surely be put to death; their blood is upon them."

Manning reportedly reiterated this claim in a YouTube video which has since been taken down.

"Stoning of the homos is now in order," Manning said. "Stoning is still the law."

In her video, Jennifer Louise Lopez visits the church and asks to be stoned.

"I saw your sign. And I'm here for my stoning. I'm a lesbian," she tells a man who refuses to give his name. "You guys are going to stone me? ...Is it you that's going to stone me?"

"No, I don't have any stones," the man replies from the church door.

"Are you going to send a person to stone me?"

"He's not here," the man says."Come back tomorrow."

"So, you're not going to stone me? Alright, thank you," she adds.

(Watch the video on Lopez's Facebook page.)

Article provided in partnership with On Top Magazine