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Published:November 22nd, 2010 09:58 EST
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Anti-Facebook Minister Has Kinky Past

By Robert Paul Reyes

 

"A pastor who said Facebook was a `portal to infidelity` and told married church leaders to delete their accounts or resign once testified that he had a three-way sexual relationship with his wife and a male church assistant.

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The Rev. Cedric Miller confirmed the information reported Saturday by the Asbury Park Press of Neptune, which cited testimony he gave in a criminal case in 2003. The relationship had ended by that time.

Miller gained national attention when he issued the Facebook edict this week. He said it came about because much of the marital counseling he has performed over the past year and a half has concerned infidelity stemming from the social-networking website." Read More

Facebook is tame compared to other social-networking sites like MySpace. Facebook is used primarily for networking and keeping up with old friends; MySpace is where the freak-a-leaks hang out.

If married individuals want to stray there are plenty of temptations at the gym, workplace and especially the church.

The church is a portal to infidelity, and the pastors preside over a den of iniquity. When I read about all the sexual shenanigans that go on in church I get jealous, there`s not that much action in the dives that I frequent.

Pastor Miller engaged in a threesome a decade ago, before the advent of Facebook. The minister didn`t need to sign onto Facebook to get his freak on; he simply hooked up with members of his congregation.

Bottom line: If you want to network and meet new platonic friends subscribe to Facebook, but if you want to knock boots with someone join a church.

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