Pastor Kevin Swanson of Generations with Vision Ministry last week advocated the re-criminalization of gay sex, arguing that a law was needed to protect religious freedom.

In his Generations Radio broadcast, Swanson and co-host Dave Buehner criticized a ruling against a Colorado baker who refused to serve a gay couple.

(Related: Colorado baker says Jesus wants him to discriminate against gay couples.)

Buehner wondered if forcing schools to “hire Jerry Sandusky when he's on parole” was far behind.

Swanson urged Christians to “impose God's laws upon our systems, especially our political systems” and lobby for the re-criminalization of homosexuality.

“God's laws require that we prosecute homosexuals who are caught in the act of homosexuality or the act of sodomy on the basis of two or three witnesses,” Swanson said. “If Christians would do that, if Christian pastors would do that then we would be able to hopefully press back the line upon those who are impressing their rights upon Christians, who really need that religious freedom.”