Christian conservative Bryan Fischer told his radio audience Tuesday that God is “repulsed” by gay sex.

A caller from Macon, Georgia argued that he was born a Christian and wanted to know why he has “fewer rights” than gays, who claim that sexual orientation is an immutable characteristic.

“That's a good argument.” Fischer replied.

“I was born this way. And you know, you think about it Terry, who would choose, at this time in our nation's history to be a Christian? … I mean, who would choose a lifestyle where you are the unending subject of ridicule, mockery, and contempt by liberals in society, by elites, by professors, on the media, by politicians? Who's going to choose that? So our defense is, hey, I was born that way.”

After admitting that “faith is a matter of choice,” Fischer insisted that being repulsed by homosexuality was instinctual.

“I think that most of us have an instinctive, I think revulsion is not too strong of a word, to the act of homosexuality, what actually happens when homosexuals come together and engage in sexual congress,” Fischer said. “We look at that and there is just an inner revulsion to that.”

“God has the same reaction that you and I do,” he added, “but that instinctive revulsion that we have when we think about homosexuality, I was born that way.”