An Arizona pastor best known for calling on the government to execute gays told his congregation this week to pray against Caitlyn Jenner.

Olympian and reality star Bruce Jenner came out as a transgender woman in an interview with Diane Sawyer broadcast in April. Caitlyn Jenner debuted earlier this month to much fanfare on the cover of Vanity Fair.

(Related: Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce: Vanity Fair cover frees me.)

In a sermon available on YouTube, Steven Anderson, pastor at Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona, condemned Vanity Fair's cover image of Jenner shot by Annie Leibovitz, calling it a “filthy, sodomite picture.”

“And this person is just the evangelist of sodomy and filth to the world,” Anderson said. “And then people are like, 'Oh, we need to pray that he finds Jesus.' I'm going to pray that he dies and goes to hell, are you serious?”

“I hate him with a perfect hatred. I have no love, no love for this Bruce freak. I hope he dies today. I hope he dies and goes to hell. He's disgusting. He's filthy. He's reprobate.”

“Nobody who defends that freak is welcome in this church,” he said.

Anderson added that he hopes that God rips out Jenner's heart: “I pray that his heart would explode right now.”

Anderson made headlines last year 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.

He later added that it's the government's job to execute criminals. “It's the job of the government to execute killers, murderers and also homosexuals, according to the Bible,” he said during a live interview with Spanish language Telemundo Arizona.