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'Star Trek Into Darkness' Promotes Bestiality Says Pastor Kevin Swanson (Audio)

| by Michael Allen

Pastor Kevin Swanson slammed the new film "Star Trek Into Darkness" this week on his "Generations Radio" program because the movie allegedly promotes bestiality (audio below).

He said the movie "implicates the good guy [Captain Kirk] in the film as mating with the wrong species, but not just one, but two."

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Pastor Swanson added: “That’s how you get evolution, and so the end result of course is that evolution has no basic problem with bestiality or cross-species mating.”

According to RightWingWatch.org, his co-host Dave Beuhner theorized: "I'm not sure that bestiality and the homosexuality are really all that different."

"The whole premise of this is that within an evolutionary construct there is no real problem with speciation and cross-species mating, there’s no problem with that at all, in fact that’s how you evolve, that’s how you get evolution, and so the end result of course is that evolution has no basic problem with bestiality or cross-species mating," said Pastor Swanson.

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"Now some of you are saying that I can’t believe these guys are saying this on this radio program. I can’t believe I’m saying this either. They are going places where no man has gone before. Or should."

Source: RightWingWatch.org