Members of Mississippi's Pinelake Baptist Church recently shared the message of finding hope in Jesus Christ. They even played a video to really bring home that message: In the video, two young men were interviewed who had once led “troubled” lives. Show More Summary
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings, the internet has been hopeful Anonymous would step up to the plate and again retaliate against real-life trolling organization the Westboro Baptist Church, a group that predictably and immediately announced an intention to harass the grieving residents of Boston with their universally unwelcome presence — but did [...]Show More Summary
"While I was looking forward to sharing a message of hope and Christ's unconditional love with the faithful members of the historic First Baptist Church of Dallas in April, due to new information that has been brought to my attention, I have decided to cancel my upcoming appearance," Tim Tebow has tweeted.
A former member of the (hopefully soon legally recognized) hate group Westboro Baptist Church is speaking openly about what heinous assholes they are. Lauren Drain calls the church a "cult" and even though she still identifies as a Christian,...Show More Summary
We need to know that in our darkest times, when things like Hurricane Sandy happen, when Sandy Hook happens, when it seems there is no light or hope and that there is nothing good left in the world, that there is. It just goes without a face, and it goes with no membership fees, and it goes a lot of the time with no recognition. Show More Summary
The last time we reported on Westboro, they were getting their asses kicked, literally, by veterans at a military funeral. The inevitable lawsuits from that incident will likely fill Westboro's cauldron. Let's hope Springsteen's fans can avoid the same trap.
Patrick Caldwell Decorations at an Obama field office in Alexandria, Virginia ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA—The daycare of a church named Shiloh Baptist isn't where you'd expect to locate the epicenter of President Obama's hopes for being re-elected. Show More Summary
Forget about the puny Mayans, the Great and Powerful Oz... err... WBC has spoken. Abandon hope, sell your possessions. Better yet, leave your possessions (in my name please), run to the mountains and hide in the caves.
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...
Rush Limbaugh's radio program is in need of new advertisers, and now he's getting public offers from one group to advertise on the show. Only problem? It's the Westboro Baptist Church. Yes, those fun-loving people came out with two ads...Show More Summary
Click here to view this media A church in Topeka, Kansas famous for its "God Hates Fags" protests is hoping to take their message to millions of dittoheads across the U.S. The Westboro Baptist Church on Friday released two advertisements...Show More Summary
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