What hell hath the spring of 2012 wrought on North Carolina's tolerant reputation? One local filmmaker turns a prominent pastor's stated ideas into frightening fantasy: For those not familiar with Worley: "I figured a way to get rid of all...
CNN tried to do a follow-up interview with Charles Worley, the North Carolina pastor who suggested letting LGBT people die in internment camps, but apparently Worley's not interested in pleading his case - he just walked on by the cameras....
Video keeps coming on from Sunday's protest outside the North Carolina church of Pastor Charles "Concentration Camp" Worley.
Pastor may be Investigated for Violating Tax Law The watchdog group Americans United for Separation of Church and State has filed an official request with the IRS urging the agency to investigate Pastor Charles Worley for making alleged remarks that violate the tax law of non-partisanship in politics. Show More Summary
Click here to view this media As I wrote about earlier this month, there were protests planned for anti-gay zealot and bigot Pastor Charles Worley after he was recorded preaching this sort of hatred towards lesbians and gay people from...Show More Summary
North Carolina pastor Charles Worley of Providence Road Baptist Church ignited a firestorm last week with his suggestion that gays and lesbians be encased behind electrified fences until they died out. Yesterday, there was a huge protest of over 1,000 people angry at his words. Meanwhile, from what I understand, Worley received a standing [...]Show More Summary
Thousands of protesters gathered this weekend outside of the North Carolina church where Pastor Charles Worley preaches. Worley came under fire last week after saying the U.S. should build an electrified fence to create a concentration camp for all gay people and “in a few years they’ll die out.” In the past, Worley has also [...]
On Sunday, between 1,500 and 2,000 people from Catawba Valley Citizens Against Hate and other groups in a protest outside Providence Road Baptist Church in Maiden, North Carolina, where Pastor Charles Worley had recently suggested gays and lesbians be rounded up in camps behind electrified fences. CONTINUED » Permalink | Post a comment Read more articles at Queerty [...]
Videos, AFTER THE JUMP... More than 2,000 protesters came out from all over the country to protest Providence Road Baptist Church Pastor Charles Worley, whose Mother's Day sermon in which he suggested gays and lesbians should be fenced in and...
An estimated 1200 protesters gathered today outside the North Carolina church of Pastor Charles "Put Gays In Concentration Camps" Worley. Unlike fellow NC Pastor Sean "Beat Gay Kids" Harris, Worley has refused to apologize for his message. Show More Summary
I think Barry W. Lynn's letter could prove to be the snowball that finally starts the avalanche that ultimately wipes out political proselytizing from the pulpit of American churches.
First up from the God Machine this week is a look at the controversy that erupted after North Carolina pastor Charles Worley's anti-gay screed at his Providence Road Baptist Church. For those who can't watch clips online, Worley's Mother's Day sermon included these comments:
Catawba County officials have decided to permit a protest against the Reverend Charles Worley, who called for placing gay people in a concentration camp–like setting. read more
Yesterday, I posted Anderson Cooper's discussion with a parishioner who backs Pastor Charles Worley's call to kill gays. In another video, Gary Tuchman says that Worley barred AC360 from his property, but Tuchman did speak to a lesbian who has...
NOTE: If you haven't seen Anderson Cooper's interview with Worley backer Stacey Pritchard, it's a must. Check it out HERE. Catawba County, North Carolina officials have granted the use of land for a protest this Sunday against Pastor Charles Worley,...
Somehow, Charles Worley, the pastor who wants to put all gay people inside of electrified fences, has followers. One of them, Stacey Pritchard, attempted to defend her pastor’s comments on CNN last night. Anderson Cooper threw her softball after softball and she completely whiffed on every single one of them. This is seriously mind-boggling to [...]
Members of a Baptist church in North Carolina are rallying behind Pastor Charles Worley, whose May 13 sermon called for gays to be fenced in and wiped out. "He had every right to say what he said about putting them in a pen and giving them food," said church member Geneva Sims. "The Bible says they are worthy of death. He is preaching God's word."
North Carolina Pastor Charles L. Worley, who called for gays to be carted up and penned in behind an electrified fence until they “die out,” isn’t new to the world of hate-filled rhetoric. Good As You found a wonderful little audio nugget from 1978, when Worley lamented homosexuals weren’t strung up anymore. “We’re living in a day when you [...]
Pastor Worley, I'm afraid your "love" for me does not pass the test of Scripture, nor does your understanding of sodomy, or of salvation. I guess it's not surprising that you've read your Bible so carelessly. If you'd been more attentive, I doubt you'd propose locking up my community.
First of all, this is neither made up, nor is it an Onion article. I checked. Twice. On May 13th, congregants of Providence Road Baptist Church in Maiden, NC were treated this heart-warming sermon by Pastor Charles Worley : I… figured a way to get rid of all the lesbians and queers, but I couldn’t get [...]