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Toddler sings ‘Ain’t No Homos Gonna Make It to Heaven’ in Indiana church and it goes viral

This is the third video to emerge in recent weeks showing rampant homophobia among some churches in the US.

This one features a toddler standing in front of an Indiana church congregation singing an anti-gay song.

It has gone viral and now members say they are receiving death threats.

The song performed at the alter of Apostolic Truth Tabernacle in Greensburg, Indiana, included these lyrics: “The Bible’s right, somebody’s wrong. The Bible’s right, somebody’s wrong. Romans one, twenty six and twenty seven; Ain’t no homos gonna make it to Heaven.”

The congregation can be heard erupting in cheers after the performance by the 3-year-old boy. reports that church members say Pastor Jeff Sangl received a death threat at home and is worried about his safety.

Church members interviewed by TMZ continue to stand by the message of the song and their reaction to it.

Said one: ‘The people who are upset just don’t read the word of God. If we don’t teach the children the truth early they will never learn.’

It’s the  One North Carolina pastor advocated putting all gays and lesbians behind an electric fence while another suggested parents ‘punch’ their sons if they act gay.

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4 Remarks

  1. I feel like these ‘Pastors’ are all coming out of the woodwork trying to win the hate off. I feel awful for the kid, being thrust into hate. How will he feel in 10 years? What will he say to his parents if by some delicious irony, he turns out to be gay?

    TMZ’s report of a death threat was debunked by the way.

    We should always stand up to this kind of hate and I hope there comes a time when we tax the ever loving shit out of these so called ‘churches’.

  2. Disgusting creatons thats not the word of their imaginary god its the words of hate and bigotry.Pathetic.

  3. These people are so freakin’ stupid that I’m not even going to take the time to watch the video. They are hopeless and will never change, but the kid is young and there may be a chance to save him from the church. Maybe Green Lantern can scoop him up and out of their clutches.

  4. This is the perfect example of how hate and bigotry is taught to young people; in this case, a little child.

    I also find it amusing that the *cough cough* pastor is worried about his safety after getting death threats. I bet he’s too f’ing stupid to realize that’s how gay people feel with the way he talks about killing gay people.

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