Rev. Ted Haggard, pastor of the New Life Church in Colorado Springs, pursues the good life and advances on his spiritual journey through consistent methamphetamine use and frequent visits to a gay male escort.
Evangelical leader admits buying meth, denies gay sex claims
Last Updated: Friday, November 3, 2006 | 6:32 PM ET
The Associated Press
The president of the U.S. National Association of Evangelicals admitted Friday that he bought methamphetamine and received a massage from a gay prostitute, who claims the outspoken gay marriage opponent paid him for drug-fuelled sex trysts.
The Rev. Ted Haggard resigned as president of the 30-million-member association in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Thursday and stepped down as head of his 14,000-member New Life Church while the two groups investigate the allegations.
You can also buy Rev. Haggard's diet book, The Jerusalem Diet, to look fit and lean for your next extramarital tryst.
Developed by a busy pastor who loves food and admits to a lack of self-control when it comes to eating [NOTE: and sex and drugs], The Jerusalem Diet is designed to work for anyone who can manage to stay on a diet for just 24 hours. If you want to shed pounds and keep them off-without starvation, deprivation, or frustration-this is the plan you've been waiting for.Read the New Life Church's press release here.
Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]