Steven L. Anderson, pastor at Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona, has released a 60-minute film which “proves” that homosexuality is not a harmless “alternative lifestyle.”

Anderson made headlines earlier this month when he told his congregation that an AIDS-free world is possible by Christmas. “[I]f you execute the homos like God recommends, you wouldn't have all this AIDS running rampant,” he said.

In various interviews he added that the Bible commands the government to execute gays.

AIDS: The Judgment of God combines news clips from the early days of the AIDS epidemic when facts were scarce with sermons delivered by Anderson.

The film, however, quickly moves away from its claim that gay men somehow caused AIDS to arguing that the Bible and God are opposed to gays.

“So is this the only area they're messed up in?” Anderson rhetorically asks his congregation. “I mean other than that they're great people, if it weren't for this one thing, that they lust after other men. Is that what the Bible says? No, it says that they are also filled with all unrighteousness. … Fornication, that goes without saying, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness, full of envy … murder. That's what the Bible says, they're filled with murder. He says debase, deceit, malignity, whisperers, backbiters … haters of God.”

The film ends with Anderson coming unglued on his pulpit screaming, “No homos will ever be allowed on this church as long as I'm the pastor here. Never!”

A DVD of the film is available for $12.95.