Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Amazing Grace Baptist Church Making News Again



The same guys that are planning to burn bibles, books and all things that they deem heretical are in the news again. This time for declaring several famous sports stars' eternal destiny---here's the scoop:
Tom Brady is going to Hell.

At least according to the Amazing Grace Baptist Church, which declared that New England's quarterback is destined for eternal damnation for his sinful existence in this life. Via NESN (via the Huddle)
"Tom Brady has an unwed child, but it's okay because he wins Super Bowls. Tom Brady is teaching us to have sex outside of marriage, to commit fornication, don't marry and do the right thing, don't take responsibility for your actions, have a good time no matter who you hurt in this world, go from sex partner to sex partner, and it's okay because of who I am. How many of you dad's (sic) cheer on Tom in the Super Bowl while your kids are watching?"


Not to make light of one's religious beliefs, but this is something you might find written on the walls of an insane asylum ... in feces. (And just so we're clear, nobody thought winning Super Bowls made it okay to have an unwed child; that it was with Bridget Moynahan made it okay.*)

Brady won't be alone in Hell, however. The church has also identified Matt Leinart and Adam Archuleta among many others. Leinart I get -- he also had a child out of wedlock and worse, he parties with Nick Lachey -- but Archuleta? Really? The poor guy was disgraced out of the NFL, cut by the Redskins before the Raiders gave up on trying to make him a linebacker. But that wasn't the low point of his professional career. He was recently released by the UFL's Las Vegas Locomotives. (I thought the UFL was like tee ball -- whoever shows up makes the team.) Doesn't matter, apparently. A date with Lucifer is still in his future.
"Engaged to a Playboy Playmate Jennifer Walcott. They have one son. This is called fornication, and we all know what their son is called, the same thing the Bible calls him."


(Read the full article: Here).


Wow is all I can say. There's nothing much else to say---so what are your thoughts?

3 comments:

Christian Beyer said...

Well, they're certainly getting a lot of new press. I have this vision of some sort of neo-evangelical Madison Avenue type who is busy cooking up the next bit of hype. Look out Westboro Baptist - your free ride is over.

Darrell said...

It turns out that their burning fizzled when the rain and fire codes conspired to keep them from actually lighting anything on fire. So instead they did this

TheoPoet said...

Ah I'm slow on commenting as usual but then again I haven't been on the Blog in awhile with all the holidays. Thanks guys for the comments! Thanks for the link Darrell---still weird even-though they ended up ripping things up.