Flemming mentions the vitriolic condemnation of homosexuals that some fundamentalists think is demanded by scripture, giving images an electric chair, and noting a belligerent attitude (from "God's Bullies") in the 1980s from the Christian Right that might predict what is going on in Uganda today.
In the summer of 1979, after I had moved to Dallas and attended MCC Dallas, a young man, Skip, tried to pressure me into unquestioning faith, taking me to dinner once at Lucas B&B on Oak Lawn, and, on a camping trip near Abilene in the prairie (to Blue Forum's "El Rancho Vista"), embracing me just before a storm came and saying he thought I was disabled. The thunderstorm that followed would change everyone's perspective. I had something in my pocket.
Don't mix it up with the Coen Brother's black-and-white "The Man Who Wasn't There" (2001).