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NHO WHAI!!!!!!!

Yes whai, and if you thought not you’d better go check out this article and then go look up Jeremiah Wright, and Jim Wallis.

“What they have put out there is a message of intolerance and of hate,” said Nate Phelps.

Pretty strong words coming from the estranged son of the Westboro Church (I refuse to put Baptist in there because no right-minded Bible believing Baptist would allow themselves to be associated with Fred Phelps’ so-called church) pastor. But he’s got a point, especially when you take this next statement into consideration.

“He [Fred Phelps] not only was this violent, cruel and insensitive person with other humans but he insisted that we be that way.”

Lovely. So not only is the pastor not leading his church in the proper ways of the Bible, but he’s forcing his whacked out beliefs on his family. That’s one sick dude.

And in this article, it seems things just get worse…..

An estranged son of anti-gay Kansas pastor Fred Phelps said Wednesday that the spiritual leader of Westboro Baptist Church hit his wife and beat his children with a mattock handle until they bled.

“I think what he does out there is evil,” said Nathan “Nate” Phelps, …

I’ll have to check with Security Services real quick on this one, but I’m fairly certain that would qualify as ASSAULT AND BATTERY.

Yes, the Bible does say that homosexuality is wrong, just check out Leviticus and other places in the New Testament. But what Fred Phelps is doing and the way he is doing it by primarily rioting fallen soldiers funerals’ is absolutely wrong. And contemptuously close to being anti-American in my estimation. Nate Phelps should be commended for calling what his father does, exactly what it is.
Evil, plain and simple.

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1 Comment to “You mean there are “evil” church pastors????”


  1. David Hartung — March 19, 2011 @ 7:11 am

    Most people, even non-Christians have no trouble seeing men such as Fred Phelps as evil. The more dangerous evil is that which we see in many of our pulpits, men who claim to be proclaiming the Kingdom of Heaven, but instead are feeding their flocks a healthy dose of secular humanism, or worse.

    These are the men(and more than a few women) who are leading the Church straight to Hell. The term “wolf in sheep’s clothing) comes to mind.



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