The Porn Star and the Preacher(s)

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I knew that’d get your attention … I’m so on to you.

Ron Jeremy, who appeared in the films Zombiegeddon and Poultrygeist, among others, sat down to talk with XXXChurch.com founder Craig Gross. It was . . . enlightening.

“People in porn believe in God. It’s not a one or the other thing,” he said.

“I think a majority of adult performers in that industry (porn) do believe in God. We aren’t sure about the name of God but we know that He’s up there.”

The 59-year-old actor cemented his belief in God after he and a former Pentecostal minister came away from a major car accident alive some decades ago.

While he has many friends who are pastors, including Miles McPherson, Jeremy continues to disagree with them when it comes to who goes to heaven and recreational sex.

“Would [Jesus] be so unfair and say you’re not coming in (to heaven) because your parents didn’t raise you right?” he asked, as he described how many people are raised by their parents under varying religions.

Differing with Christians on sex, Jeremy said he believes people can engage in both recreational sex and “making love.” And when comparing his sex life (with more than 2,000 women) with that of Gross’ (with one woman, his wife), he admitted that the pastor was likely having better sex “because you make love more; ours is more recreational.”

Now I know what you’re thinking: Who the heck is Miles McPherson? He heads up Rock Church Ministries in San Diego and is a former defensive back for the Chargers, which I’m sure comes in handy on Stewardship Sundays.

I believe Jeremy is something of a right-winger in his politics. You know what they say about strange bedfellows: they usually end up charging extra for sleepovers but I may be mistaken about that.

I think the thing to keep in mind is that everything is a teachable moment, if not necessarily a touchable one. And remember Mary Magdalene. I’m not sure why. It just never hurts.

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