During an appearance on the Howard Stern Show, Victoria Jackson said she opposes gay marriage because it “would make God mad.”

The 53-year-old Jackson was on the show to pitch her autobiography Is My Bow Too Big? How I Went From Saturday Night Live To The Tea Party.

“God made the rules,” she told host Howard Stern. “He made a man and woman's bodies fit together. He made the Ten Commandments. I believe the Bible is God's word. And I base all my world view on the Bible.”

“But you understand intellectually that the Bible was written by a man?” Stern asked.

“I have gay friends,” she responded. “And I don't make their identity their sexuality. To me, he's my fun, theater-loving, funny friend. … Why is his identity his sexuality?”

“But Victoria, you have disdain for their lifestyle,” Stern said.

“I don't have disdain. … I don't believe there's such a thing as gay marriage. The definition of marriage is man and woman.”

“But let's change the definition,” Stern interrupted. “Why not? Why can't people who love each other ...”

“Because that would make God mad,” she answered. (A clip of the exchange is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

(Related: Victoria Jackson insists she loves her estranged gay friend Dan Steadman.)