I saw the above sign on a drive to Atlanta earlier this year.   The sign was so ridiculous that I had to pull over and take a picture of it.  I had pretty much forgotten about it until today when I was going through the pics on my computer and saw it.  I decided to do some investigating (i.e. google searching) and found their website.  I thought the sign was pretty crazy but their website really takes the cake.  These guys seem like their trying to compete with Fred Phelps on the crazy scale.  Just take a look at their site.

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They are sick,putting up those pictures.
This is why tax exempt status should not be granted to churches by default.
by default? But that's really the ONLY way they can do it. Because you are talking about "personal experience" and "faith." Once you draw that line and say someone has to pay up, you create a slippery slope. The religious can't have that.
Not really surprising. This is pretty much what I've come to expect of fundies.
They don't have any ads on their site so I don't think they get paid. The brain damage on the other hand is a possibility.

Yeah, I'm pretty sure they don't know what perverted means.
Man, if I were president of the First Baptist Church of Primrose GA, I'd be kinda pissed off!

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