Outrageous: Kid Sings “Ain’t No Homo Gonna Make It To Heaven” – Church Cheers (Video)

It appears to me that the folks that may not make it to heaven are those in the church teaching that little boy hate…

Class War Exists

The other day – Aphrodite wrote about these cute kids who talked about presidential history and one of them said basically he supported President Obama because gay people could marry.  And while that is something that IACWE supports wholeheartedly…the point was made and I think rightly so – we need to be very careful about using children as props.  I think it’s great that kids have a good heart…but at the end of the day – they will tend to support the position of the households they’re raised in.  You can find that video HERE.

And the ugly side of that coin is indoctrination in all of it’s nastiness.  Watch the video…and see how the church filled with adults ERUPTS with pride to see this young kid sing and no sooner than he says “ain’t no homo gonna make it to heaven”…it was a deafening set of cheers.  That. Is. Indoctrination.

Courtesy of a local Indianapolis channel HERE:

“The Bible is right, somebody’s wrong. Romans 1 and 27, ain’t no homo gonna make it to heaven,” the boy sings as congregation members cheer and clap. The video appears to show The Rev. Jeff Sangl, the pastor and founder of the church, according to the church’s website, laughing and congratulating the child after he finishes the song.

 

6 comments

  1. As a Christian, this sickens me to the heart. Even if you accept an anti-gay interpretation of Scripture, there’s no way that it’s the most important doctrine in the Bible.

    I haven’t taught my four-year-old to hate anyone at this point. Much less to get up and sing songs about how other people will be damned.

    I seem to think something about removing planks from our own eyes before looking for specks elsewhere. If you cheer and clap for the idea of someone else being damned, then I don’t think you’re qualified to be passing judgment.

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    1. First of all thank you for the Mandy Patinkin video. I have been a fan of his for decades. This South Pacific song is apropos for the subject matter.

      I first saw him on Broadway when I was 20 something in a play called “The Rothschilds”. He’s a really good actor as well.

      It breaks my heart to see a four year old indoctrinated into such a hateful organization. That is not a “church”. That place is a “den of iniquity”.

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      1. Any excuse to watch Mandy Patinkin sing, indeed!

        I agree completely. about this sick “church.” And the idea of teaching such hatred is beyond despicable.

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