The scariest Baptist site ever.


#1

landoverbaptist.org/

Go there, read, and you’ll know why this is such a creepy site.

Fundamentalism ruins Christianity so badly and misses the point with amazing zeal.


#2

Just so you know, that is a comedy website. There is no Landover Baptist Church, it’s all a farce. Like The Onion is to new.


#3

[quote=Count Chocula]landoverbaptist.org/

Go there, read, and you’ll know why this is such a creepy site.

Fundamentalism ruins Christianity so badly and misses the point with amazing zeal.
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Wow that is almost as bad/funny as the vatican assasins website which I wont give the link to but basically they think Jesuit assasins are responsible for WWI, WWII, the Cold War, Communism, and the assisnations of Lincoln and JFK. It would be funny if they weren’t serious.


#4

[quote=Count Chocula]landoverbaptist.org/

Go there, read, and you’ll know why this is such a creepy site.
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This is a site built to mock fundamentalism. What one might call an “anti-fundamentalist” satire.

ken


#5

[quote=RJS] It would be funny if they weren’t serious.
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It’s kind of funny, but it definitely isn’t serious… the site is satire.

ken


#6

[quote=II Paradox II]It’s kind of funny, but it definitely isn’t serious… the site is satire.

ken
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I am talking about the vatican assasins website, I do not think it is satire.


#7

[quote=RJS]I am talking about the vatican assasins website, I do not think it is satire.
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ok. nvm… that probably isn’t…

ken


#8

that website has to be a joke. if not, it is the absolute fringe (and i would dare say it’s off the map) of fundamentalism. fundamentalists shouldn’t be lumped into the same group as this website. yes, they are mistaken on certain things, but most that i know are loving people who genuinely want people to know the truth, not racist hate-mongers.


#9

It’s a parody site and not worth the visit

Russ


#10

Hehe you’ve all heard of The Onion but what about THE ONION DOME?!?! “Orthodox News, With a Twist” theoniondome.com/ :smiley: :smiley: :smiley:

Here’s a sample:

New York, New York, USA „ The hottest new show opening on Broadway this season is O Constantinople! a light-hearted musical romp through the Council of Nicea. A band of monks travels from barbarian Gaul to the Great City (Follow the Yellow Brick Road) for the First Ecumenical Council in 323. There they meet such celebrities as Arius (It Ain’t Necessarily So) and Athanasius (I Believe) and Nicholas of Myra in Lycia (Jolly Old St. Nicholas).

Amid the excitement and pageantry of the First Ecumenical Council (What’s the Buzz?), a young monk, also called Athanasius, wanders away from his companions and finds himself in the throne room of Constantine the Great (Getting to Know You). Thinking he is the other, famous Athanasius, Constantine greets him warmly (Be Our Guest) and quizzes him about the parties at odds at the council. Athanasius perceives the Emperor to be leaning toward the party of the Arians, and although he doesn’t know the famous theologian, the young monk supports his party at the council. He sees the meeting with Constantine as a way to influence the course of the proceedings for the good. Merry mixups ensue, as the Athanasiuses cross paths without knowing it, Bishop Nicholas gets arrested (The Rumble), and the emperor decides to step back and let the bishops work it out (Sit Down, You’re Rocking the Boat). Don’t miss the hit finale number, Don’t Cry for Me, Constantinople. Capitalizing on the popularity of The DaVinci Code, O Constantinople! brings the fourth century to life in all its action, color and drama, with a lively score by Gus (St. Romanos the Melodist) Demotrides and book by Clive (St. Dunsmore of the Hills) Edgington. Don’t miss it.

Hehehe


#11

Hm, well that’s good to know. It sure was crazy. One of those so crazy it had to be true kind of things especially since there are some whack job “SERIOUS” people like that out there (i.e. Jack Chick and such)


#12

I can’t believe I wasted my time looking at that…sooooo stupid! :rolleyes:


#13

Ok, that site may be fake, but isn’t there a real scary Baptist church out there (I thought it was Landover), where the pastor pickets gay funerals w/ signs that say “God hates fags”, and “so and so entered hell on…(persons date of death)”? With people like him and Jack Chick around, it’s hard to tell whether something is supposed to be satire.

Ellen


#14

Yes, Ellen, the “God Hates Fags” pastor is The Reverend Jim Phelps, who takes great delight in personally going up to grieving mothers at the funerals of their gay children in order to tell them that their children are now burning in Hell. Not exactly a charitable attitude.


#15

[quote=Count Chocula]landoverbaptist.org/

Go there, read, and you’ll know why this is such a creepy site.

Fundamentalism ruins Christianity so badly and misses the point with amazing zeal.
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It’s a blasphemous website, did we need to see this, makes me wonder sometimes :hmmm:


#16

[quote=RJS]…they think Jesuit assasins are responsible for WWI, WWII, the Cold War, Communism, and the assisnations of Lincoln and JFK…
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Are you seriously saying they weren’t responsible?:rolleyes:


#17

[quote=Jason Hurd]Yes, Ellen, the “God Hates Fags” pastor is The Reverend Jim Phelps, who takes great delight in personally going up to grieving mothers at the funerals of their gay children in order to tell them that their children are now burning in Hell. Not exactly a charitable attitude.
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What a shame…makes all Christians look like unloving jerks. :frowning:


#18

Check out the bumper sticker section. They are all pagan or homosexual stickers and has a really offensive one about priests.

Baptists they are not!

Cairech


#19

This website was awful, even though its a joke. I was not amused.


#20

I am surprised at that site, even it is linking to Bush site but it is not real Bush site. Lots of hate in there… :bigyikes: :tsktsk:


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