Today’s Facebook post comes from Tom Brennan, Hyles grad and pastor of the Maplewood Bible Baptist Church
Want to be friends? Only the super-sanctimonious need apply.
For Jesus said unto them “love your neighbor as yourself but don’t let their kids close to your kids unless they attend Wednesday night church.”
This really is sad because once upon a time I thought there might be hope for Tom when he got fed up and started naming names in his sermon entitled “39 Years an Independent Baptist…And Grieved About It.”
Of particular interest to me is this article on judging, exposing error, and name calling. I’m sure given this they’d have no problem at all with what we do here at SFL, right?
There is also a strange screed that seems to be more than a little anti-Semitic and more bible version comparison charts than you can shake a Greek Lexicon at.
I really couldn’t ask for a better birthday present than the upcoming release of Dark Dungeons: The Movie, a take-off on the Chick tract that infamously warns of the dangers of Dungeons & Dragons.
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As long as there are fundamentalists there will be people yelling about Gog and Magog. Fundamentalists like their prophecy the same way they like most of their other doctrine: one part obscure Scripture references and two parts pure fiction.
I cannot possibly refute this logic simply because there is nothing there to refute.
The URL on the picture leads to a church that at the same times claims to be the “friendliest church town but also has this warning at the bottom of their website:
“The public is welcome to attend our services so long as they do not attemp to disrupt them through their words or actions, including non-church solicitation, moral, political, or social protest. Such conduct will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”
But we’ll prosecute you all friendly-like.