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I think this preacher has gone off the deep end.

Posted by on May. 8, 2016 at 1:05 PM
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I think the video speaks for itself.  Granted free speech and all, so he can say what he wants.  However, that doesn't save him from people speaking out against it.  

by on May. 8, 2016 at 1:05 PM
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by KK on May. 8, 2016 at 1:11 PM
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His rant is poorly constructed.  First he tells the shoppers that their bathroom policies have provoked the wrath of God then tells the employees they are fired for bringing their children into the store.  

"You will be held accountable for God".  

That is almost scary.  What does this fool plan to do to them?  

The guy filming was trying to get out of there.  They seemed to be the only ones leaving the store.  

by Member on May. 8, 2016 at 1:16 PM
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Weird ... Also his facial expressions were not matching his concern somehow . I dunno ,if I was that passionate about somethings that I start yelling at random people in public my expressions wouldn't be smug . Strange man is all I can say
by IWantTacos on May. 8, 2016 at 1:26 PM
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I just don't get the point of telling people what to do.  He has the freedom to go in and say what he did, why can't get just accept that they have the freedom to shop where they choose?

by Ruby Member on May. 8, 2016 at 1:53 PM
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Mentally ill.  Anyone who does this is not okay.  I would be scared he'd be one of those open carry nuts and pull out a gun.

by Bronze Member on May. 8, 2016 at 2:04 PM
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by Gold Member on May. 8, 2016 at 2:11 PM
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Don't you luv it when satan speaks through his ministers?

by Platinum Member on May. 8, 2016 at 2:16 PM
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I hope this nutjob realizes how lucky he is to be living in the US in the 21st century and not in ancient Rome where it was common practice to entertain the masses by throwing idiots like this into the arena with the lions. 

by Gold Member on May. 8, 2016 at 2:19 PM
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Maybe he should better address his efforts in this direction

The arrest of a Christian school principal in Port Angeles, Washington for sexually assaulting two pre-teen girls brings to light, once again, what appears to be an epidemic of sexual predators in Christian churches and schools.

According to the Crimes Against Children Research Center, 1 in 5 girls and 1 in 20 boys is a victim of child sexual abuse. The exact number of actual sexual assaults is unknown since many victims never speak up or, in some cases like Florida, the sexual assault is hushed up.

Sexual abuse within the Christian community that either ignores it or attempts to sweep it under the rug became a hot topic in 2015 after it was revealed that popular Christian celebrities Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar attempted to hide the fact that their son Josh had molested several of his sisters when they were younger. The resulting scandal forced the family’s popular reality show off the air after sponsors fled.

According to Christian writer Tom Challies, sexual predators gravitate to churches because Christians are taught to submit to authority in an atmosphere that encourages trust. Church programs also offer easy access to the children of parishioners.

Quoting from writer Deepak Reju’s On Guard: Preventing and Responding To Child Abuse At Church, Challies writes: “Many Christians don’t know how to distinguish likability and trustworthiness. They confuse the two categories, assuming that if someone is courteous and nice, they must also be trustworthy. Moreover, some Christians behave as though the problem doesn’t exist, and some look with suspicion on reports of abuse. They believe children are lying and are more prone to take an adult’s word. Sexual predators know that these dynamics operate in churches, and they know they can get away with a lot on account of it”

Since the beginning of March 2016, there have been 12 assaults — including the Port Angeles principal — reported, or verdicts handed down.

  • According to PennAlive, former pastor Raymond P. Buhrow, 65, of Calvary Temple Holiness Church in South Middleton Township pleaded no contest to molesting two pre-teens between 2009 and 2014.
  • BDN-Maine reports that Lucas Savage, 37, of Youth Haven Ministries in Canaan was taken into custody on March 18, and accused of unlawful sexual contact involving a young girl.
  • Former Las Vegas church pastor Otis Holland — already facing life in prison for sexually assaulting teenage girls in his congregation — was called up on similar charges in a separate case on March 23 in Henderson, reports KOLO.
  • Youth pastor David Thorne, 35, of Goodyear Baptist Church in Picayune has been accused of sexually molesting a 15-year-old who police say may have been a parishioner at his church. Thorne is also sought in Pearl River County on a similar sexual battery charge, the Picayune Item reports.
  • In California, youth pastor Daniel James Moreno, 25, has been charged with seven felony counts of sex crimes with a minor female as well as using force to keep his wife from turning him in, reports the Lompoc Record.
  • Pastor Keith Frye, 54, of  the  Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church in Lilbourn, Mo. was taken into custody on March 21, and charged with raping a 4-year-old child, reports KFVS.
  • The Tennessean reports that  Christopher Douglas Ross, 44, of Fairview Church in Lebanon pleaded guilty to two counts of statutory rape with a 15-year-old when he was a youth pastor there.
  • Chad Apsey, a youth minister at Believers Christian Church in Eagle was convicted of sexually assaulting a teen under the age of 15 after the teen turned to the pastor for help with family problems, reports the Lansing State Journal.
  • WCPO reports that Rodney Mathews, 24, a youth pastor at the Versailles Church of Christ was taken into custody on two counts of child seduction and two counts of possession of child pornography, tied to his relationship with a 15-year-old.
  • Scott D. Stockton, 44, a youth pastor and mentor working with several churches in Tonawanda, New York was arrested on child pornography charges on March 28, reports WGRZ.
  • Lloyd Schallenberger, a youth group leader with the First Baptist Church of Richland, in Polk County, Mississippi, was taken into custody for sexually abusing a minor, and having contact with a 9-year-old boy, reports The Ledger.
by Redwood Witch on May. 8, 2016 at 2:22 PM
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Free speech does not give him permission to walk into a Target store and shout at people and become a public nuisance and disturb the peace.

I didn't watch through to the end. Was he removed? I hope so.
by on May. 8, 2016 at 2:40 PM
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Quoting mel4him:


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