Congregation Should Go Straight to Hell for Encouraging Boy's Anti-Gay 'Hymn' (VIDEO)

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homo heaven songWhen is a video of a toddler singing incredibly disturbing instead of incredibly cute? When the toddler is singing a song called "Ain't No Homos Gonna Make It to Heaven."

In church. Where an entire congregation is cheering him on, shouting words of encouragement like "That's my boy!"

Incredibly disturbing doesn't begin to describe it, actually. It's heartbreaking to watch this little boy (who's apparently 3 or 4 years old) stand up there in front of all those people at the Apostolic Truth Tabernacle Church in Greensburg, Indiana, wearing his Sunday best, proudly belting out the hateful homophobic hymn.

Of course the child has NO idea what he's saying.

So what's the rest of the congregation's excuse? 

Simple: They don't have one, because there is no excuse for brainwashing a child with this vile sentiment. I'm frankly not surprised the pastor has been getting death threats since this vid went viral.

And still, some members of the church don't see a problem.

Among their responses (anonymous, of course) to the public's outrage:

"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."

What Would Jesus Do if he heard this song? Cry.

Are you shocked by this toddler's homophobic hymn?

Image via djangosghost/YouTube

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Saphi... SaphireLiz

dirtiekittie Thank you

Littl... LittleFrogsMA

Let me get this straight.. you folks believe that condemning intolerance and hatred is the same thing as teaching a 4  year old intolerant and hateful lyrics and cheering him on?


They are exactly the opposite.   

Littl... LittleFrogsMA


You know the first thing I thought of when I saw this video?  Videos from Gaza of small children singing songs about killing Jews and how Allah hates the Jews.   It is the same hateful, vitriol.  And guess what, it isn't a right to teach a child this.    

Not all "religious" beliefs SHOULD be tolerated... weren't there religious beliefs that led to ritual sacrafice and cannabalism?  Should those be tolerated?  No?  

ghost... ghostbaby

Gays are going to hell. It says so in the bible. How can people get mad and say the bible cant be used as a reason why being gay is wrong but turn around and use it to reference another sin? Being gay is unnatural, thats just the way it is. Its not hate speech, he is singing about what he was taught, and his lesson came from the bible.

Littl... LittleFrogsMA



If being gay were unnatural, it would not be found in nature.  And yes, there are gay pair bonds in nature.

Oh and how is "ain't no homo going to heaven" not hate?

Disney17 Disney17

I don't think it's right, but with this story, freedom of speech, freedom of expression, and freedom of religion backs them up. If physical harm isn't being implemented then there's nothing anyone can do to make them stop.

Taisie Taisie

While I do respect everyones right to their own opinion,and I do agree that religious freedom should be protected, I do not feel that hatred, or the teaching of it should be a part of ANY religion, and therefore should not be protected as such... but again, that is just MY opinion. 

nonmember avatar sparkles

I was raised as a Southern Baptist girl, and I must say, I have never been taught to hate any group of people. This is not something Jesus would approve of. If he were here today, He would be having lunch with, and loving gay people, as should we real Christians. He NEVER preached hate!!!

nonmember avatar T.

Accepting all religions is wrong. Yes, it is. What about religions who actively pratice pedophilia or human sacrifice?
This will hurt the child in the future. Because I bet my right arm that the kid will sing it outside the church as well. And then trouble will rise, oh yes.
This is the point: spreading hate. Not religion. Religion is only one of the way to spread hate. This kid might grow, no, will grow to believe it is acceptable to persecute people for being gay. And probably for many other things as well.

butte... butterflymkm

To all-I don't think the authors choose their article titles. I think the stir chooses them for them in order to make them as eye catching as possible.

As for the video? It is sadly not surprising and very sad and i think it is horrible to teach a child these things. It is one thing to belt out Amazing grace, quite another to make up a song with the sole purpose of harming others. That's just sick. But these people are sick, so it isn't a shocker.

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