A young Indiana boy sings “Ain’t no homo gonna make it to heaven” in front of his church to cheers and applause in a video posted anonymously to Youtube. Part of the song says, “The Bible is right, somebody’s wrong. Romans 1 and 27, ain’t no homo gonna make it to heaven.”
The Apostolic Truth Tabernacle in Greensburg, Indiana is being both attacked and applauded after the video went viral. Today, the church, founded and led by Reverend Jeff Sangl, made a statement on its website:
“The Pastor and members of Apostolic Truth Tabernacle do not condone, teach, or practice hate of any person for any reason. We believe and hope that every person can find true Bible salvation and the mercy and grace of God in their lives. We are a strong advocate of the family unit according to the teachings and precepts found in the Holy Bible. We believe the Holy Bible is the Divinely-inspired Word of God and we will continue to uphold and preach that which is found in scripture.”
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