The link below is to an article that takes a look at the death of Fred Phelps and his twisted legacy.
The link below is to an article reporting on the departure of two granddaughters of Westboro Baptist Church pastor Fred Phelps from the controversial church.
The link below is to an infographic that was made concerning the Westboro Baptist Church.
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Hate-centred church, Westboro Baptist Church, has been at court defending its right to free speech.
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The footage below is an undercover expose of the Westboro Baptist Church operation in Topeka, Kansas:
BELOW: A documentary in eight parts on Westboro Baptist Church:
I thought it was time to highlight the Westboro Baptist Church in the United States. This is a church that I believe has gone way too far in its condemnation of homosexuality.
Yes, I do believe that the Bible (and therefore God) condemns the homosexual lifestyle and way of life. It is a practice that the Bible clearly condemns and no one who reads the Bible can escape the clarity of its condemnation of homosexual sinfulness. As such, all attempts to bring the practice of homosexuality into the church as an acceptable alternative lifestyle are clearly anti-Biblical and anti-Christian.
Yet it is my contention that the Westboro Baptist Church goes way too far in the way that it condemns homosexuality and it seems to make attacking homosexuality as one of its most central tenets. This would seem to me to be an overbalanced position that has caused the church to loose a more balanced approach to homosexual sin, let alone the presentation of the gospel to sinful men and women.
The holier-than-thou approach of the Westboro Baptist Church is evidenced all over the church’s web site and even the site’s domain name of www.godhatesfags.com is a clear indication of what you would expect to find on the site.
The church declares that the 9/11 attacks were the result of God’s punishment on America for condoning the homosexual lifestyle. In one photo there is a slogan carried on a banner that reads, ‘Thank God for AIDS’ and another that reads ‘Pray for more dead soldiers.’ There is a plethora of similar sentiment on the web site and in its sermonic materials.
The Blog site for the church is also full of the rants and raves of this church and I’m sure you will be appalled at the diatribes contained within it.
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As a humorous aside, you may like to have a look at ‘The Chaser’s Way on Everything’ and its dig at the Westboro Baptist Church at: