Little Kid Sings Anti-Gay, Hate-Filled Song in Church, Crowd Goes WILD

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An Indiana toddler took the mic at his church recently to sing a hate-filled, anti-gay song featuring the lyrics "Ain't no homos gonna make it to heaven."

Even more upsettingly, the crowd loved it.

The video was recorded at the Apostolic Truth Tabernacle in Greensburg, Ind., featuring a young boy on the altar who looks barely old enough to walk.

Not too young to spout this off, though:

He sings, "The Bible’s right, somebody’s wrong. The Bible’s right, somebody’s wrong. Romans 1:26-27; Ain’t no homos gonna make it to Heaven."

The congregation erupts in thunderous applause. Not quite up there with the zombie apocalypse in Miami, but pretty disturbing in its own right.

Romans 1:26-27 reads: "Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts. Even their women exchanged natural sexual relations for unnatural ones."

"In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed shameful acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their error."

Between this and the N.C. pastor calling for the death of all gay people, it's nice to see churches spreading peace, love and understanding.

Everyone's entitled to their religious beliefs, but is flat-out bigotry and cruelness the type of message the Lord would approve of? Just asking.


Be it Christian or not there is always a certain prototype that is in the gay Grandstands. They blame Christian People for all the hate. Simply because it's collides with their " Fetish" and or lifestyle. Maybe they should go to the Middle East and speak of tolerance. Some people find it appalling when the same sex are together. I cannot find it pleasurable by any stretch of the imagination- the thought of something being ran up my ass. Ass is made to exit. Not an entrance. I personally don't care for the thought of explaining to my 8 year old when 2 men hold hands. You can slice it- dice it- you can wrap it up anyway you choose. It's a twisted lifestyle that does not deserve a stamp of approval. Yes- you are a bunch of Liberals. Liberals who find it necessary to get approval so you don't have to live with shame.


@Lana Wow! You must love the "attention" aspect of posting! Lonely? Hungry for recognition---or what? Ha!


@Lana You obviously are reading my post with a bias. I said some such groups "could" be labeled hate-filled. And let's face it, if you were honest about it their rhetoric in some cases really are infused with hate and prejudice. You're right about not labeling this "song" as hate-filled. It is making a moral judgement, but that's not necessarily hateful now is it. Thus, the Bible isn't either--though it labels homosexuality as sinful. Thanks for making that point in defense of this child's lyrics.


Wow! I love that my post is triggering some reaction. @Jen: thanks for getting my point @Texanna: you completely missed it but maybe because you had not seen my first post. My position is that the blog should not call this song "hate-filled". If you call it that then you have to call the Bible "hate-filled" and ban it too. And most of us would not agree with that for sure. Now I dont understand how democrats, liberals and black people came up in your post on a gay topic and I wont even pretend to be interested.


@Nichole First, no one loves totally without judgements. Every human has some prejudice. If you say you don't...I would say you are not being forthcoming about yourself (Yeah. I put it as diplomatically as I could!) It would be great if we could all have this complete "Kumbaya" reality to eat, sleep, and breathe in, but it's something to work toward. It's an ideal. We must also realize being human we will fall short. That being said you cannot wipe out morality. You can't just say 'anything goes' and we must accept it. No. People have a right to possess a moral framework of beliefs and to teach then to their kids. I would have my son refrain from singing this song, but I would also defend the parents' right to teach him homosexuality is wrong. You won't ever be able to exist in a moral-less, judgement-free society, Nichole. Liberals dream a lot about such a Utopia, but it doesn't exist.


I think Lana makes the best point here. As offended as you may be, we need to be careful that this does not fuel attacks on freedom of religion & conscious.


@ Lana PS--When 32 + States say, "NO!" to same sex marriage it's not hate in most cases--it's a moral value judgement call. We have all kinds of such things in our world. I would say the kids parents need to get him to stop singing this song, but his parents have every right to raise him to believe that homosexuality is morally wrong!


@Lana In this day and age? So many groups could be labeled "hate-filled" (Black Panthers, Louis Farrakahn, the radical wing of the Democrat Party, Occupy Wall St., etc) That's the price we pay nowadays for being obsessive with political correctness--AND for disagreeing with Liberal ideology! The Bible says that homosexuality is a sin! Nothing really hateful about that just a moral value call. I mean, there's Muslim countries that behead gays for being gay. I think that's much more harsh than this little song! There's going to continue to be a real divisive attitude about the gay issue. It's not going away anytime soon.


I agree with Renee's comments!


@Adam: Oh honey, you dont have to "buy" anything because I'm not selling anything. Got it? To reiterrate, for those too reactionary to get it. The song is certainly anti-gay. However, to call it "hate-filled" would require that you call the Bible "hate-filled" and deal with that literature as you would say "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion". You would also need to declare Christianity a hate group. Now if you are ready to follow this logic to its rational end then by all means feel free, but dont act like theres a line. To be clear, I have no horse in this race as I am neither gay nor church-going.

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