Maybe, maybe not! Who knows? I look at stuff like this and am reminded of the what God says, "My ways are not your ways, and my thoughts are not your thoughts." When we say we have the mind of God on certain things or that we represent God on issues like homosexuality, abortion, gun control, death penalty, I think it is high arrogance to think we can put God in such a tiny box and think that we know what He thinks. Falwell, Robertson, and all those people, they need prayer more than anything. You are exactly right. I think if Jesus were to walk into any church in America today He would be astounded at how much we have gone off the path of what His message was really all about- love, mercy, acceptance, grace. There is a song that we used to sing in church and it goes, We are one in the spirit, we are one in the Lord, We are one in the Spirit , we one in the Lord, and we pray that our unity will one day be restored, and THEY WILL KNOW WE ARE CHRISTIANS BY OUR LOVE. They will know we are Christians by our love- not our judgment, not our finger pointing, not our exclusion of those we don't agree with, not our fear, not our prejudice. We show the world we are Christians by our love, and not anything else.
Maybe God is judging them, but maybe God is just allowing it to show his grace, mercy and love on an unloving group of people. Hmm, something to think about.