Bradley R. Hutt is the Co-Founder and current Chairman of The American Anglican Fellowship Inc. founded in 1984. He was an active member of The Episcopal Church USA for 50 years in Lay Leadership positions in two Parishes including several terms as Church Warden. He reorganized and served as Chair of the Washington Diocesan Architectural Commission for 15 years overseeing 94 Parishes. He was a Conservative Church Delegate and Member of the Press to the Episcopal Church Diocesan Conventions and General Conventions in the for more than 30 years. He was a Director of Engineering for a 250 member Consulting firm in Northern Virginia, and designed, managed or oversaw more than 2,500 Major Land Development Engineering projects in his 45+ year career. He remains a Fundraiser Consultant for non-profit organizations and Web Designer.
“Lest we forget at least an over the shoulder acknowledgement to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history, the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom--- Lucifer.” - Saul Alinsky
The Great Episcopal Church Robbery tells the story of the purposeful take-over and co-opting of the Episcopal Church by radical clergy. As active participants of this 45-year-old Episcopal church dispute, the co-authors witnessed dioceses, parishes, and congregations struggle to maintain biblical orthodoxy and keep their church property in the face of their radical leader’s actions of:
Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits. - Matthew 7:15-16
The Great Episcopal Church Robbery presents the truth to Episcopalians who called out the heresy to their clergy, believed them when they declared from their pulpits “it’s just church politics” and “It will never happen in our parish,” and are now faced with the fact their denomination is led by radical bishops who:
“There is an increasing number of good books on LGBTQI issues but there is little pointing to the deeper issue, the dishonesty and manipulation of the debate by the organization’s leaders. Until we confront that issue head-on, no sanity will emerge.”
The Reverend F. Earle Fox, D. Phil - Founder Emmaus Ministries
Bradley Hutt (Senior Warden of his Episcopal Church, Delegate to Conventions, and a 30-year member of the press for AAF to Diocesan Conventions.) witnessed this deceit firsthand when the LGBTQI movement sought mainstream legitimacy through the Episcopal Church. He saw gay organization leaders and supporters gain key leadership positions, manipulate conventions, attack dissenting clergy and laity, and divide the Church on homosexual issues. Sadly, the Episcopal Church, once the Church of Presidents, is now known as the Gay Church.
Somewhere Over the Gay Rainbow Lies the Truth pulls LGBTQI leadership’s words from their books, magazines, newspaper articles, and web posts and exposes their deception to the light of day. Starting with the 1972 Gay Rights Platform, Hutt shows that gay organizations:
Somewhere Over the Gay Rainbow Lies the Truth seeks to reveal the facts behind LGBTQI organizations in American society.