In a case of attempting to add recent history to antiquated scripture, Morning Star Ministries spokesbigot Rick Joyner declared Hurricane Katrina to be an act that proves the grace of his imaginary friend.
I'm sure I'm not the only person who find's Rick's suppositions to be somewhat after-the-fact. I mean, the city is in stages of rebuild and several bachannalian parades have occurred in the U.S. South since the dreadful hurricane that took the lives and livelihoods of many.
However, it's not just his late timing here that puzzles, but his justification for the act of nature. Yes, God did it because he loves us. God loves homosexuals so much that he'll kill innocent people and animals and wipe out a large chunk of one of the most politically conservative states just to prove it. In my little heathen brain, any Creator that would erase entire cities to get revenge on a small minority of the population doesn't sound like a very nice God. In fact, he sounds just as evil as the guy on the podium.
How these peddlers of hatred manage to make millions of dollars tax-free each and every year never ceases to amaze and horrify me.