Swanson doesn't advocate the death penalty for gays but Islam does.
These men are clearly very extreme and only represent themselves.
Swanson stated in a radio podcast:
A Christian perspective ultimately
brought the death penalty upon homosexuality
between roughly 350 AD and roughly 1850 or so, for about 1,500 years that form of life had pretty much been
eliminated except here and there, it was in the closet, but it was almost
unheard of for over 1,000 years, until, until recently. Of course, now you have
a massive, massive increase in this kind of thing.
Swanson - Generations Radio: Chik-Fil-A
and Boy Scouts Stand Strong - Miss Piggy on a Bun.
...the prosecution of homosexuality, as a general
crime, began in the 200s, in the Christian era, when male prostitution was
banned by Phillip the Arab. So there was the first, very, very first, Christian
law that came into play about 200 years after Christ. So finally start to get
some Christian law in place that reigned in this horrible, egregious activity....
By the end of the 4th century,
that is about the 380s, passive homosexuality under the Christian
empire was punishable by burning and death by sword was the punishment
for a man coupling like a woman under the Theodosian code.
Under Justinian all same sex acts passive
or active no matter who the partners were declared contrary to nature and punishable
by death. Homosexual behavior was pointed to as causes for God’s wrath
following a series of disasters around 542 and 559.
Well that was the end of it for about a
thousand years or 1200 years. So we had about 1200 year break where societies were enabled to build up and
that’s how you get a reasonably decent Christian society...
Swanson Generations Radio: The Shame of Sandusky and the Classical
Greek University - Christian Ministries Soften on Homosexuality by Kevin
Swanson. July 02, 2012
As for whom they represent I can only stress once more that Republican politicians go to their events and talk shows.
I won't continue to belabor this but the bottom line is that our greatest danger comes from within our culture. We're paying attention to one disease but not to the other cancer that has been growing within us for decades.