Church Forces 4-Year-Olds To Sing Homophobic Song
let us be honest, it reflects the thinking of many of the anti-LGBT Christians. Take, for example, the Apostolic Truth Tabernacle in Greensburg, Indiana.
The church decided to force a group of four-year-olds to sing a song called “Ain’t no homos gonna make it to heaven”. Of course, the list of people not going to Heaven seems to now include a bunch of people filled with hate at this particular church.
The Apostolic Truth Tabernacle is in Greensburg, Indiana. That’s the town where Billy Lucas was bullied to death for being perceived to be gay by his classmates. I wonder if they stood up and cheered at Apostolic Truth Tabernacle when Lucas died—hey, another homo in hell. I wonder if any of Lucas’s tormenters attend services at Apostolic Truth Tabernacle. And remember: I’m an anti-Christian bully for pointing out the connection between what straight kids are taught about “homos” in the shithole mega-churches they’re dragged to by their parents and what they turn around and do to “homos” they encounter in classrooms. And what if that precocious little four-year-old singer is gay?
Praise the Lord and pass the barf bags.
Billy Lucas was one of the dozens of youths and teens who committed suicide in the last several years.
Going beyond even the idea that one of the children in there might be gay, let us be honest here. How do you think people would react if there was a song entitled “Ain’t no Jews going to heaven” or “Ain’t no Mormons going to heaven” or “Ain’t no Catholic going to heaven”. Many so-called Christians only tolerate Jews, Mormons and Catholics, but in the darkness they often whisper on their radio stations how those groups are evil too.