Former Navy Chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt says gay people practice lawlessness in their bedrooms.

Klingenschmitt made national headlines when he challenged the military's rule on inclusive prayers during events which include a multi-faith audience such as ship commissionings and change-of-command ceremonies. A born-again Christian, Klingenschmitt demanded the right to pray “in the name of Jesus” in public settings. He was honorably discharged for insubordination.

On his new YouTube show, Pray in Jesus Name, Klingenschmitt, also “Dr. Chaps,” voiced his outrage that Proposition 8, California's now-ended gay marriage ban, was not being enforced, stating that government officials were possessed by a demonic spirit of lawlessness.

“You know lust is not love,” Klingenschmitt told viewers. “And whatever they're doing behind closed doors is not love in the homosexual community. It is lawlessness and it is causing the love of many to grow cold.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

(Related: Gay marriage foe Gordon Klingenschmitt admits equality has no effect on his marriage.)