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Wednesday, September 07, 2005

A Hate-Filled Puppet of The Devil Disguised As a Christian Reverend

"Reverend" Phelps and his deluded disciples of hate are planning yet another demonstration of their utter depravity this time, today in Washington DC to protest at the funeral of the late Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, William Rehnquist.

Here are just some of the utterly disgusting, non-Christian things found on a flier that the Westboro cult going under the name “Baptist Church” published announcing their upcoming protest at Rehnquist's funeral that you can find here:

* in religious protest & warning: “God is not mocked! God Hates Fags! & Fag-Enablers! Ergo God hates Rehnquist, the American judiciary, Bush and his sodomite administrator, & irreversibly backslidden America.

* We rejoice that Rehnquist is dead and in Hell.

* It is a sin NOT to rejoice when God executes His wrath and vengeance upon a sorry faggyass [sic] judge.

* The Judges gave America to the fags. The saints are ordered to rejoice when God kills one and casts him into Hell.

With an agenda like this, Phelps and his band of hatemongers would be better at home in Iran or some other country led by hate-filled Islamo-fascists. He could change his title to Imam, replace the name “God” with Allah and he would fit right in.

Phelps is not the first snake to wrap himself in clergy garments and title and pose as a leader in Christianity. There have been a long line of false-hearted Popes, Bishops, Priests, Pastors, Televangelists, Reverends etc. who have used their position of power within the Church to taint the reputation of Christianity through their vile acts and lead gullible, innocent followers astray.

Secular critics of Christianity often cite atrocities committed by the Church throughout history (i.e. Spanish Inquisition) without regard to the fact that those atrocities were committed by corrupt men who were not in the least bit Christian filling roles of leadership in the Church nonetheless.

Phelps would like for the gullible non-religious out there to think that his hateful views somehow represent legitimate Christian belief.

As a Christian I would like to declare that he and his band of followers are no more Christian in their words and actions than the KKK, or Adolph Hitler was. Rev Phelps is a false prophet, a tool of Satan, who is apparently having a good time making his puppet utter foul words out of his pulpit. Phelps' preaching of hatred is a satanic doctrine not a Christian one.

His bitter vitriol of hatred suggests that Phelps and his flock have a lot in common with the Islamo-fascist terrorists.

His twisted, misinterpretations of Holy Scripture reveal a person pretending to be a Christian, but has no spiritual ability to "rightly divide the Word of God", which further testifies to his divergence from the deceptive tile as Reverend of a “Baptist Church”.

Does Phelps have the constitutional right to his hate speech? Yes. Does he have the right to pose as a Christian voice without the possibility of being called out for it? No. I’m calling him out. I’m daring to call him a liar.


Blogger John said...

They are a sick twisted cult is what they are. Thanks for exposing this evil. Great work!

10:45 PM  
Blogger Lawman said...


I grew up in a Baptist church. Never once did I hear any of our pastors saying we should "rejoice" about someone's eternal soul being condemned to Hell. Nor did any of them ever say "God hates homosexuals". The homosexual act, certainly but never the person himself (or herself as appropriate). I was tought to believe God loves everyone. He may not like the things we do, but He will still love us.

I would not dignify this individual by labeling him a "Baptist" unless and until the Baptist Convention publicly announces they support his rantings. His ravings goes against most of the teachings of Baptist Doctrine from what I can see.

11:21 AM  

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