Today’s website pick starts with a misspelling in the church name and just gets better from there.
Don’t miss the strangely spaced screed in the sidebar, the obfuscated date calculations about Christ’s return, and the garbled pastoral ranting as he answers his critics and breaks with other fundies by defending his own divorce.
The brick background alone qualifies the website of Open Door Baptist Church for status as a FWOTW.
The links at the bottom to the urban legend about recordings of screams from hell seals the deal.
Today’s website pick is from a guy who has the honor of sharing my first name. But other than that coincidence we’re pretty much nothing alike.
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Today’s website pick is not of a pastor but rather of a “preacher boy” who is one of the self-proclaimed recipients of The Call™.
As part of his resume it’s worth noting that this young man “grew up in a life of sin in Kentucky” until he was gloriously saved “at the age of 15.” One wonders what his egregious crimes and trespasses may have been. Perhaps the answer is “not honoring the Baptist flag enough.”
I particularly love that the Resources page includes both the 1828 Noah Webster’s Dictionary (before dictionaries went liberal, amen!) AND The Trail of Blood. There’s a little something there for everybody.
Today’s selection is godlovespeople.com which is yet another fundy aggregation site (using a whole lot of links to other FWOTWs we’ve featured previously) which tries to contain every scrap of truth a person would need to get saved, get sanctified, and get silly notions about how the world is supposed to work.
Don’t miss the 20 year old charts and graphs proving how bad things are in America. There’s nothing quite like startling statistics from 1997.