Quote# 102719

[On a church canceling a man's funeral because he was gay.]

I agree that this was most likely a set up to further the homosexual agenda. The pastor should have found out more about the deceased and his lifestyle before he agreed to have the funeral at his church. Like Heather said, he should have gone ahead and given the eulogy, preaching about homosexuality being a sin and those who practice it don't get into heaven. Then it might get around the homosexual community that if you want to have your dead gay loved one's funeral at this church, you're going to have to sit through a biblical message on the evils of this particular sin. I'm thinking there will be few if anymore homosexual takers of funeral services at this church.

TimeWarpWife, Rapture Ready 29 Comments [8/15/2014 3:17:03 AM]
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anothga

And cause an immense grief to those who knew the deceased? Wow, such Christian love. You prick.

8/15/2014 3:22:03 AM

Rob aka Mediancat

They shouldn't be required to have the funeral at their place, true. The timing, though? The timing was done to cause maximum trouble for the family of the deceased. That's assholish whether it's intentional or not.

As for it being a setup, I'm going to need proof. "That's the way gays work" ain't proof, it's simply naked bigotry.

8/15/2014 5:04:15 AM

JW

Congratulations for everyone in this church involved in making life harder for the loved ones of the deceased during a difficult time for reaching a level of homophobia and hypocrisy never thought possible by anyone!

8/15/2014 5:33:36 AM

Doubting Thomas

I'm thinking there will be few if anymore homosexual takers of funeral services at this church.

And few if any more gay people and gay-tolerant people putting offerings in the collection plate. But you didn't think about that, did you?

And I'm with everyone else... canceling the funeral the day before it was to happen is totally assholish, because I'm sure it really put the family in a bind.

8/15/2014 6:02:50 AM

Passerby

Tell us again how atheists are the ones who think dead people are just "worm food" and would just mouth off to the families of the recently deceased?

8/15/2014 6:29:16 AM

Thinking Allowed

You know, I'm glad that the church cancelled the funeral. It shows the rest of the world just how much that church is filled with homophobic bigots.

8/15/2014 7:51:57 AM

Malingspann

"TimeWarpWife"

Warped from when?

8/15/2014 8:02:17 AM

Qazamir McSmarty Britches

I agree that this was most likely a set up to further the homosexual agenda

What agenda? His family needed a place to hold the funeral?

And are you so self absorbed that you think that this is just some sort of plot to make Christians look like a bunch of douches?
Well, no one needs to do that because you are managing quite well on your own*.


*he should have gone ahead and given the eulogy, preaching about homosexuality being a sin and those who practice it don't get into heaven. Then it might get around the homosexual community that if you want to have your dead gay loved one's funeral at this church, you're going to have to sit through a biblical message on the evils of this particular sin

Point about being a douche proven.


8/15/2014 8:03:41 AM

michael3ov

Please point out where in the bible it says that homosexuals cannot get into heaven. I hate to break it to you but it doesn't say that anywhere. What the bible says is that ALL sin is equal in gods eyes. A lie is just as bad as murder.

As ridiculous as that is it is what your book says. All men are sinners and sin constantly. No one can avoid sin in this world, whether it be an impure thought, a white lie, or a thought about another's wife.

You condemn homosexuals not out of reverence for your god or holy book but out of pure ignorant bigotry on your part.

According to your holy book the little white lie that you tell your daughter or wife is just as sinful in the eyes of your god as a man who loves, and makes love, to another man.

There is no hierarchy of sins.

I'm sure it is very easy for you to get other bigoted Christians behind your condemnation of homosexuals because "they are living in sin". Are you not living in sin? The whole "cast the first stone", "remove the plank from your own eye" part of the bible escaped you, didn't it?

8/15/2014 8:14:56 AM

Evgir Unslaad

"I'm very sorry for your loss. Your loved one is burning in hell in infinite pain for eternity because of his sexual orientation."

8/15/2014 8:15:45 AM

Goomy pls

TimeWarpWife, 40 or so years earlier

[On Rosa Parks being arrested for not giving up her seat]

"I agree that this was most likely a set up to further the black agenda. The bus driver should have seated her in the back before another white passenger would have entered. Like Heather said, he should have gone ahead and forcibly reseated her, preaching about blackness being a sin and those who practice being black don't get into heaven. Then it might get around the black community that if you want to have a black person sit, you're going to have to sit through a biblical message on the evils of this particular sin. I'm thinking there will be few if anymore black takers of front seats at this bus."

8/15/2014 8:59:39 AM

documentingtehcrazy

Wtf do you people think, that he deliberately died so his funeral could be at a homophobic church? The only reason it was held there was because his family had ties to it and it was the only church in the area bug enough to hold all the guests. In fact, they were even going to bring in their own pastor to do the service, so there goes your little fantasy about telling teh gays how sinful we are and that the deceased is burning in hell for loving another man.

8/15/2014 9:00:50 AM

The Crimson Ghost

Every time something like this happens & gets out, it's one more nail in the coffin for fundy-right. Thank you for doing it all on your own, fundies! We don't have to lift a finger because you're doing such a wonderful job of running your own institution into the ground.


8/15/2014 9:33:18 AM

nazani14

I don't recall that the pastor of the large church was asked to provide the sermon. That means the pastor doesn't want the friends and relatives of the deceased in the church because they might leave gay cooties on the seats.

8/15/2014 9:45:41 AM

Anon-e-moose

"Then it might get around the homosexual community that if you want to have your dead gay loved one's funeral at this church, you're going to have to sit through a biblical message on the evils of this particular sin"

'Might', you say? You can then bet your arse that the LGBT community in the whole US would be supporting - even financially - legal action by the relatives of said deceased against that so-caled 'Christian' church.

And not just from LGBT people against that church...:



...but from other churches too.

Just keep up your own annihilation, P.R.-wise, fundies. The sooner you become as much as an irrelevance as the KKK did in terms of racial bigotry, the better.

It's already happening with the WBC. And the KKK disassociated themselves from that group of Christains who are esentially the same as you, in terms of your attitude, as you're displaying here, so what does that say about you, o Ruptured Retards?

8/15/2014 10:59:11 AM

freako104

The homosexual agenda is a lie. Though the Christian agenda has been very obvious: a theocracy and to impose its own morality on everyone

8/15/2014 10:59:35 AM

midnightcyn

This is why cremation is always best. Not the body...the church.

8/15/2014 11:52:38 AM

Ebon

Oh, DIAF.

8/15/2014 1:45:40 PM

chishiro

Dude, Rapture Ready is so reviled that my World of Warcraft guild* was trashing them in gchat yesterday. Congrats, you guys are well known for being assholes.

*To be fair, my guild tends to recruit adult liberals and has rules against homophobic and racist speech.

8/15/2014 5:32:47 PM

the_ignored

My reaction would have been physical violence if I was at a funeral and the fucking pastor pulled that shit.

8/15/2014 7:32:49 PM

Hasan Prishtina

I agree that this was most likely a set up to further the homosexual agenda.

You mean the guy died on purpose?

8/16/2014 4:34:46 AM

Miles

Typical comment from the sanctimonious dog-turds at RR.

They may consider themselves to be christians, but nobody else would,

8/16/2014 5:17:03 PM



These guys are impossible to understand. They believe that they´re better than God to know if the man is worth going to Heaven or not.

1/7/2015 3:31:50 PM

Swede

Yeah, nothing speaks Christian Love like attacking someone who's dead, and his/her bereaved and mourning friends and relatives!

12/22/2015 1:41:07 AM

Mikgof

I agree that this was most likely a set up to further the homosexual agenda



Not likely at all. But even if it was, you bigoted turds could have said nothing and let the funeral go ahead without your rampant homophobia. "It's all his fault for making us look like the bigoted intellectual pygmies that we really are."

12/22/2015 4:14:25 AM

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