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    North Carolina Church Plans Bible Burning (Video)

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    North Carolina Church Plans Bible Burning (Video)

    A North Carolina church plans to burn what it considers satanic books on Halloween and that includes certain versions of the Bible.

    It takes all kinds, I guess.  No... on second thought, it really doesn't.

    Can you imagine the surprise if they get to Heaven and Jesus quotes himself from the ESV?

    And Bono is leading the choir?

    I hope these guys get to stand next to Perry Noble, cause he's gonna be 'freakin pumped'.

    OK... enough... check out this video to see all of who they are burning this Halloween.


    Thanks to @moviepastor for the tip on this one.


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    1. CS on Wed, October 14, 2009

      It looks like, “Mark Driskol,” is going to be pretty upset about having his books burned.  Thankfully, it looks like, “Mark Driscoll,” is in the clear.

      Their website also praises Billy Sunday, but calls John MacArthur a heretic.  Huh.  Who woulda thunk it?


    2. Tim Jacobs on Wed, October 14, 2009

      What a coincidence - we were going to have an “Overall Burning” on Halloween - but not just limited to denim - we’re going after corduroy, flannel, and polyester.

    3. Peter Cole on Wed, October 14, 2009

      Wouldn’t it be ironic if they bought these books just to burn them? I think I’d die laughing if that were the case.

    4. Nick on Wed, October 14, 2009

      +5 for Tim!

    5. Peter on Wed, October 14, 2009

      Well, if the KJV was good enough for Paul, I guess it should be good enough for us, right? Words really do fail me when I run into people like this.

    6. Lisa on Wed, October 14, 2009

      Okay, I’ll close my eyes to their HORRIBLE web design (red text on a blue background? Music that you can’t turn off? Really?). They have a subpage listing Chuck Swindoll’s “False Teaching” (; they have ONE quote from ONE book that states we should emphasize similarities, not differences. Their argument is that you should NEVER depart from sound teaching. Okay, right, but if that’s the reason they think Swindoll’s a heretic, well, it’s pretty weak. I mean, nobody’s perfect. Even Peter argued that all Christians should be circumcised at one point.


      God bless ‘em. They’re brothers in Christ, so God bless ‘em. And correct them, but bless them too.

    7. h3 on Wed, October 14, 2009

      Sounds to me that the wrong battles are being fought there.

    8. Leonard on Wed, October 14, 2009


    9. David on Wed, October 14, 2009


      I once heard a pastor equate the NIV to a Playboy magazine.  The real problem for me was that he was, at that time, MY PASTOR!  I almost resigned that week.

    10. Chad Payne on Thu, October 15, 2009

      Wow.  Words fail me.  Jesus died for more that this.

    11. Roger on Thu, October 15, 2009

      14 members?  He’s really reaching his world!

    12. Pastor Matt on Thu, October 15, 2009

      14 People !?!?  That’s a small group gone a bit potty at best.

    13. rbud on Thu, October 15, 2009

      I wonder, are they using the ORIGINAL King James Version or the REVISED version. (FYI, The original is largely Middle English with a little Gaelic thrown in, virtually impossible to read by modern English speakers.) Most KJV proponents don’t even know they’re reading a twice revised edition. Willful ignorance is difficult against which to argue.

    14. Brian L. on Thu, October 15, 2009

      I just tried to get to their website, but it’s down…

    15. Pastor Matt on Thu, October 15, 2009

      I consider anything that appeared after Tyndale as heretical.

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