Lonnie Loves Jesus, Kathryn Loves Lonnie

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  1. acilius

     /  April 11, 2009

    That’s an interesting time capsule. I wonder what became of those people.

  2. cymast

     /  April 11, 2009

    Yes I find this clip fascinating, and Frisbee is very charismatic. Kuhlman reminds me of a door-to-door Snuggie seller.

    Frisbee, a runaway at 15, was disowned and eventually fired for being openly gay by his Christian collegues from the 2 denominations he helped start, the Calvary Chapel and the Vineyard Movement. Though he did not hide his homosexuality, he always verbally denied he was gay and maintained homosexuality was a sin. He died of AIDS-related complications in 1993.

    Kuhlman, who was “born again” at 14, and preaching/faith healing at 16, died during open-heart surgery in 1976.

  3. acilius

     /  April 11, 2009

    Then I’m glad I saw the video. Those facts are so sad that I’m glad I got to see a few minutes when the two of them were obviously very happy.

  4. cymast

     /  April 12, 2009

    “Obviously very happy.” That wasn’t my overall interpretation of Frisbee and Kuhlman in this clip. Granted, it’s a just a brief video. But Frisbee, to me, seemed very “self-appointed”- that’s the only way I can describe it. Nothing wrong with that. My take on Kuhlman- she was a bit frightened and insecure. But of course they both put on their happy faces for the camera, that was obvious.

  5. acilius

     /  April 12, 2009

    They seemed relaxed and cheerful. Maybe that was fake, or maybe it was only in a setting like that one that they could be that way. If it was fake, it was great acting.

  6. cymast

     /  April 12, 2009

    Dunno. Maybe I’ve had a lot of experience reading people in that setting or maybe I’m overly suspicious.

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