Norwegian Church not able to sack perverse priest

Einar Gelius has written a book about his adulterous and wild sex life, and blasphemy against the Bible. The Bishop has not been able to sack him.

Lutheran priest Einar Gelius.

The latest book “Sex in the Bible” from ordained Lutheran priest Einar Gelius in Oslo exposes a pervert.

The divorced priest writes about his own multiple sexual experiences inside his term as priest.

He also claim the Bible is full of stories of orgies and group sex, and that porno and sex before marriage is acceptable within Christianity.

Gelius is also of the opinion that Jesus might have had sex, and that Maria Magdalene was on of his sexual partners.

The Lutheran Bishop of Oslo, Ole Christian Kvarme, has several times called priest Gelius to his office for “consultations” because of public complaint on multiple issues. Kvarme refuses to give any further comment on any possible disciplinary actions against the ungodly priest.

Source: Norwegian tabloid Dagbladet.

Read more about this Lutheran priest.

2 thoughts on “Norwegian Church not able to sack perverse priest

  1. “He also claim the Bible is full of stories of orgies and group sex, and that porno and sex before marriage is acceptable within Christianity. Gelius is also of the opinion that Jesus might have had sex, and that Maria Magdalene was on of his sexual partners.”

    My Comment: The above statement is very upsetting to me, and only a person who sides with Satan could make such a comment about the Word of God and Jesus Christ. It saddens me how deplorable this world has become. The bible says: If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land (2 Chronicles 7:14)

    I wish I could scream to the World to America to wake up.

    There is a bible verse that says: As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. Matthew 24:37 *end* I believe we’ve reached that point in this world, where the acceptable is clearly stated as the unacceptable in God’s word.

    And to Einar Gelius, I’d say he has alot to answer for, unless he asks Christ for forgiveness. John 12:48 says: The one who rejects me and does not receive my words has a judge; the word that I have spoken will judge him on the last day.

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