Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Burn A Bible For Halloween

King James Onlyists in NC are planning a big shindig for Halloween by burning all the things they deem heretical. I thought they didn't celebrate Halloween. Anyways, here's Big Daddy Weave's post about it:

Burning Bibles Baptist-Style
OCTOBER 13, 2009

On October 31, Amazing Grace Baptist Church in Canton, North Carolina will celebrate Halloween by burning Bibles. Here’s the description of this upcoming shindig:
Come celebrate Halloween by burning Satan’s bibles like the NIV, RSV, NKJV, TLB, NASB, NEV, NRSV, ASV, NWT, Good News for Modern Man, The Evidence Bible, The Message Bible, The Green Bible, ect. These are perversions of God’s Word the King James Bible.
We will also be burning Satan’s music such as country, rap, rock, pop, heavy metal, western, soft and easy, southern gospel, contempory Christian, jazz, soul, oldies but goldies, etc.
We will also be burning Satan’s popular books written by heretics like Westcott & Hort, Bruce Metzger, Billy Graham, Rick Warren, Bill Hybels, John McArthur, James Dobson, Charles Swindoll, John Piper, Chuck Colson, Tony Evans, Oral Roberts, Jimmy Swagart, Mark Driskol, Franklin Graham, Bill Bright, Tim Lahaye, Paula White, T.D. Jakes, Benny Hinn, Joyce Myers, Brian McLaren, Robert Schuller, Mother Teresa, The Pope, Rob Bell, Erwin McManus, Donald Miller, Shane Claiborne, Brennan Manning, William Young, etc.
We are not burning Bibles written in other languages that are based on the TR. We are not burning the Wycliffe, Tyndale, Genevia or other translations that are based on the TR.


No wonder we Baptists aren't taken seriously anymore because of all the Fundamentalist nutjobs calling themselves Baptists today.

6 comments:

William Watson Birch said...

They better get used to the flames!

Robb Lawson said...

I don't think this will lead to a KJVO's to Hell, but it is a disgrace and demeans the Word of God preserved in many translations, of which the KJV is one -- not inspired or inerrant.

Brendt said...

I don't believe this particular action is going to lead them to hell. But reverse the cause and effect, and William's statement is probably true for many.

Christian Beyer said...

Nah, I don't believe this will lead them to hell. Heck, this just points out that they ALREADY in hell. If we can think of a place that is without love and full of tortured souls. Sure fits the bill.

theophilogue said...

only in America

TheoPoet said...

Thanks guys---sorry for the slow reply! Yeah I agree but I think Billy was saying what he did for shock and it is shockingly absurd.