This week’s pick is preachersparadise.org. If you have epilepsy, please beware the seizure-inducing flashing banner. You have been warned.
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This week’s pick is the imaginatively named av1611.org. Subtle.
Whatever fundy flavor you’re looking for, you’ll find it here. 666 theories?check. Theories that Santa is really Satan?got it!. Lessons on how to spot a “counterfeit” Bible? Do you even need to ask?
There’s just too much to take in at a single sitting. Bookmark this one and come back often.
Johnny the Baptist is a self-proclaimed “serminator” and “Born Again Devils Fighter.”
His pitch for his services as revivalist extraordinaire is made thus:
Why have fire cracker revivals when you can have Dynamite! How are you going to have a Hot Revival using Preachers that are as cold as a cast iron commode and you wonder why people don’t want to sit through fives nites. Call Bro Johnny
Be sure to check out his book “Revival Sermons That Will Fire You Up or Get You Fired” and his theme song.
(Warning, turn down your speakers when you click for they will be overtaken by a very strange voice intro).
This week’s selection is a red, white, and blue bonanza of fundamentalist goodness (best viewed 1024 X 768).
The most amazing feature of this particular website is their list by state of fundamentalist churches. Not only do they list fundy church names and addresses but they also display helpful headings to differentiate exactly what level of fundy craziness you’re likely to find there.
For example, one might want to question the wisdom of even being in the same zipcode as the church with the listing that puts the pastor’s name at top and then proclaims KJB, HYLES, OWENS above the church name. (No, I am not making this up.)
If you’re a fundamentalist pastor or youth leader there are also job listings to get you placed in a hurry. But beware, the site sternly warns “If you require a certain salary, DON’T TAKE OR LOOK FOR A PASTORATE TILL YOU GET YOUR HEART RIGHT WITH GOD!” Education, however, is not required.
I can’t quite put my finger on what intrigues me so much about this week’s pick: AmazingGraceBaptistChurchKJV.com – website of Amazing Grace Baptist Church in Canton, NC. Is it the cutting edge 1995 internet design — including a front page that requires no less than 62 clicks to read entirely and music that starts playing when the page loads? (Note: turn down your speakers). Is it the borderline idolatrous page dedicated to the pastor’s father? Perhaps the overwhelming number of fundamentalist folk heroes represented?
When you visit, be sure to check out page on “letters, thoughts and articles” on topics such as “sex, drugs, homosexuality, alcohol, smoking, immodesty, long hair-guys, short hair-girls, pants, mixed bathing, Judging, cursing, Science, etc.” (Wait a minute…Science?) I, for one, can’t wait to get started reading.