In June, Pastor Ronnie Floyd of the Cross Church in Springdale, Arkansas, preached against Caitlyn Jenner's transition and the supportive media (video below). On Aug. 23, Floyd preached against infidelity and the Ashley Madison adultery website.
Josh Duggar, the eldest child of the "19 Kids And Counting" TV reality clan, admitted to being unfaithful to his wife after news broke last week that he reportedly signed up twice on Ashley Madison, an adultery website where cheating members are promised anonymity.
"We're in a sexual epidemic of unprecedented proportions in this country," Floyd proclaimed during his sermon, notes People. "Nothing is secret now nor will it ever be."
He added: "Adultery, being sexually or emotionally unfaithful to your spouse, that's wrong. Some of you are on the other end of someone else [sic] destruction."
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Floyd warned churchgoers that if a husband or wife fails to give the other enough sex and keep them happy, then they are opened "up to the attack of the enemy."
"And that enemy is going to take your spouse away from you," Floyd said.
"Both men and woman have their sexual needs met by someone, somewhere, somehow," Floyd added.
Floyd supported the Duggars earlier this year after Josh confessed publicly to a past "wrongdoing" during his teen years. That apology was in response to reports that Josh had molested five underage girls, some of whom were his sisters.
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Last week, after Josh posted an apology for his porn addiction, which was later removed, and his unfaithfulness to his wife, Josh's married sister, Jessa Duggar Seawald, posted some Bible verses on Instagram about deception and being cleansed from sin, notes the Daily Mail.
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