Curtis Knapp of the New Hope Baptist Church in Seneca, KS, stands by his view that the government should kill gays. “We punish pedophilia. We punish incest. We punish polygamy and various things,” Knapp told KTKA. “It’s only homosexuality...Show More Summary
On Thursday morning, Early Start co-anchor Ashleigh Banfield felt compelled to weigh in on a story involving New Hope Baptist Church's Pastor Curtis Knapp, who made headlines for saying that gay individuals should be put to death. After...Show More Summary
Kansas pastor Curtis Knapp is one of many religious leaders under fire this week for preaching violent anti-gay rhetoric, telling his congregation at New Hope Baptist Church that homophobia is good because it keeps gay people in the closet, adding, “Oh, so you’re saying we should go out and start killing them? No, I’m saying [...]
What the bejeebus is up with the sudden onslaught of extremist preachers calling for the mass genocide of gays? An audio clip of Pastor Curtis Knapp of New Hope Baptist Church in Seneca, Kansas calls for a — ahem — final solution to “the curse of homosexuality.” Cutting in somewhere in the middle of his [...]
Who would Jesus have the government mass murder? A Kansas Baptist pastor believes he has the answer... The pastor of New Hope Baptist Church in Seneca, Kansas says President Barack Obama has gone too far in supporting same sex marriage and it’s time for the U.S. government to begin killing gay men and lesbians. “Terrorists [...]
Curtis Knapp of the New Hope Baptist Church in Seneca believes the government should kill gays, reports Towleroad (h/t AddictingInfo). “They should be put to death. That’s what happened in Israel. That’s why homosexuality wouldn’t have grown in Israel. Show More Summary
More anti-gay 'Christianism', this time from the Heartland, sourced by Jeremy Hooper at Good as You. Pastor Curtis Knapp of New Hope Baptist Church in Seneca, Kansas thinks gays should be put to death: "They should be put to death.....
Curtis Knapp, pastor of Seneca, Kansas' New Hope Baptist Church: blockquote> "Oh, so you're saying we should go out and start killing them? No, I'm saying the government should. They won't, but they should." SOURCE: "Homosexuality and the Need For...
An emotional service and concert at New Hope Baptist Church recalls the life and influence of chart-topping diva Whitney Houston. In what can be considered a circular moment, music stars paid their respects to Whitney Houston at the church that first nurtured her talents. Show More Summary
Gone, but never forgotten… Saturday, the world watched as New Hope Baptist Church In Newark, NJ held a home going service for local superstar-turned-international icon Whitney Elizabeth Houston. By now most of you have seen the service or at least
Whitney Houston was honored by her family and friends Saturday morning (February 18, 2012) in an invitation only “homegoing ceremony” held in New Jersey’s New Hope Baptist Church. The ceremony aired LIVE on several television stations and also streamed live on the internet, reportedly viewed by at least 14 million of her fans. [Whitney Houston's [...]
Westboro Baptist Church promised to picket Whitney Houston's funeral, and Margie Phelps—daughter of church founder Fred Phelps— tweeted a picture Saturday appearing to show church members at the New Hope Baptist Church. Phelps also tweeted a few taunts directed at Occupy Newark, which had vowed to oppose the Westboro...
Following Saturday’s memorial service for Whitney Houston at Newark, New Jersey’s New Hope Baptist Church — an event that saw performances by artists such as Stevie Wonder and Alicia Keys, and a speech from Houston’s Bodyguard co-star Kevin Costner — the singer was finally laid to rest on Sunday during a private ceremony in Westfield.... More »
Alicia Keys paid a moving tribute to Whitney Houston at the late singer’s funeral on Saturday. Dressed in a dark suit, a visibly emotional Keys sang “Send Me an Angel” at the service at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey. She was replacing Aretha Franklin, who was unable to sing at the funeral [...]Show More Summary
Kevin Costner delivered a rousing eulogy at Whitney Houston’s funeral yesterday, which was held at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, NJ, and televised live on CNN. CONTINUED kevin costner, Newark, RIP whitney, Whitney Houston Read more articles at Queerty or GayCities
Leriandre Silva, left, plays a Whitney Houston song near the funeral services for Whitney Houston at the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, N.J., Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012. Houston died last Saturday at the Beverly Hills Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., at the age of 48. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes) More »
If you watched the funeral of the late Whitney Houston on Saturday (February 18), you may have noticed one famous face missing from the crowd of people gathered at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey; the singer’s ex-husband Bobby Brown. Amid speculation that he wasn’t allowed at the service and rumors that he [...]
Such an incredibly difficult, solemn day for so many. Whitney Houston was laid to rest today in Newark, N.J., after passing away at 48 a week ago, and during her almost-four hour funeral service, held at the New Hope Baptist Church, she was honored and remembered by a number of celebrities, including Tyler Perry, BeBe Winans, [...]
“We have more stars here than the Grammys,” Rev. Martin Winans noted as he called for the funeral procession out of the New Hope Baptist Church on Saturday. Indeed, many of the lauded singer’s closest friends from Hollywood descended on Newark, N.J, the city where she was born and grew up.
Leave it to Bobby Brown to make himself the center of attention on Whitney Houston's big day. This morning an emotional Brown showed up at the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, N.J. with an entourage of nine, according to CNN. After...Show More Summary