In 2014, at the Church of God In Christ’s Holy Convocation, Andrew “Not Gay No More” Caldwell got “delivert” from being gay after hearing Earl Carter preach against homosexuality.
But the head of the organization, Bishop Charles Blake, publicly rebuked the fiery preacher for his harsh message, after which, Carter accused him of being a gay pedophile, leading to bishop filing a lawsuit.
Blake, 75, Presiding Prelate of the six-million member Pentecostal denomination, best known by its acronym COGIC, is seeking $75,000 in damages for defamation of character.
“Mr. Carter’s misconduct is extreme, outrageous, and beyond all bounds of decency,” said Blake, president of the Pan African Children’s Fund, in official court documents.
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Bishop Blake Sues COGIC Preacher Earl Carter For Accusing Him Of Being A Gay Pedophile was originally published on praisecleveland.com