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God uses Grindr too
Imagine logging onto Grindr and being asked to go to church. Sounds weird, right? It may, but it is true for the likes of Michael James Alexander Szalapski, who uses Grindr to lure other gay men to mass at his Methodist church in Clarksville, Tennessee.
He confessed in an interview with filmmaker Christian Hendricks that he uses the app only to “let people know that you can be gay and be a Christian,” because he claims most gay people think God hates them.
Would you block or chat someone who started chatting about God to you?
We have linked the video below, to see the Grindr question go forward to 3.06: