Straight from the Dark Ages comes a video of a young child's choral performance singing an homophobic hymn inside a church.
The congregation in the church, which has been identified as the Apostolic Truth Tabernacle Church in Greensburg, Ind., gives a standing ovation after the child sings, "I know the Bible's right, somebody's wrong...ain't no homos gonna make it to heaven."
If that wasn't revolting enough, a Pastor of New Hope Baptist Church in Seneca, Kansas says that the U.S. Government should start killing gays and lesbians because the Bible says so.
"Terrorists are dangerous, the economy is a real and present danger," Pastor Curtis Knapp told his congregation on Sunday. "But there is simply nothing other than the holocaust of the unborn which imperils the safety of our country or places our people in jeopardy as does the leader of the Western world publicly raising his fist at the heavens and declaring that the bedrock institution of society, ordained of God and meant to be protected by the state, is little more than a convention of convenience with the children of Sodom to transform the meaning of something, which is precious to Jesus Christ, and a living picture of his love for the church into a legally protected justification for perversion and a vehicle of hatred aimed directly at that love."
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