If it couldn't get more ridiculous, at the closing ceremony of the German Protestant Church Congress in Nuremberg, Pastor Quinton Ceasar made a powerful statement: "God is queer." This proclamation was met with cheers and applause from those in attendance.
The event was attended by members of the German Protestant Church, as well as representatives from other religious denominations. Pastor Ceasar's message of inclusion and acceptance resonated with many in the crowd who were eager to hear her words.
Pastor Ceasar also spoke about the importance of recognizing that black lives matter. She emphasized that now is the time to stand up for justice and equality for all people, regardless of their race or gender identity.
The German Protestant Church Congress is an annual event that brings together members of different denominations to discuss issues related to faith and religion. This year's conference focused on topics such as social justice, diversity, and inclusion.
Pastor Ceasar's speech at the closing ceremony provided a powerful reminder that everyone should be treated with respect and dignity, regardless of their beliefs or identities.