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Response to diabeticman (Original post)

Sat Oct 3, 2015, 10:52 PM

17. Yeah let's forget all about churches full of divorced people


That's against God's law. And we will overlook worshiping money and riches, and we will over look treating the poor and sick like dirt in this country and we will forget about all those stores and gas stations owned by my fellow Christians that are open for business every Sunday and uh all the mega churches and prosperity preachers making the church a den of thief's and all the heretic false prophets that are continually wrong that should be stoned to death and all the gun nuts that live by the sword in the churches and all the Christians who try to avoid paying their taxes and damn our government officials like President Obama and those who hold big public prayer meetings to make a big show about how holy they are compared to the rest of us dirty rotten sinners but....forget about all that and a million other evil things we have done in Your Name and....

Forgive us for not persecuting those evil gay people's and making their lives a living hell on earth!

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