Haggard guilty of sexual conduct
The Rev. Ted Haggard agreed to resign Saturday from his New Life Church after its independent investigative board recommended removal, saying he was guilty "of sexually immoral conduct."The icing on the cake is that police are also investigating the claims to see if criminal charges can be brought against Haggard.
"We, the Overseer Board of New Life Church, have concluded our deliberations concerning the moral failings of Pastor Ted Haggard," a statement from the church said. "Our investigation and Pastor Haggard's public statements have proven without a doubt that he has committed sexually immoral conduct."
Evangelical homophobes are in many ways like Islamic homophobes. They condemn homosexuality in public while practicing homosexuality in private. The homophobia stems from an unnatural view of human sexuality based on twisted and incorrect religion.
UPDATE: Haggard finally confesses.
Denver Post, Haggard apologizes to congregation:
In a letter of apology read to the congregation of New Life Church Sunday morning, Ted Haggard confessed to sexually immorality and described himself as "a deceiver and a liar" who struggled with urgings most of his life.
Haggard said he had sought help often, but was unable eradicate to these urgings from his life.