Christian leaders say they aren’t fazed by atheists’ metro gathering

Mar 26, 2018

By Carla Hinton

Holy Week and Easter Sunday in the Oklahoma City metro area will not be tarnished by a national gathering of atheists, several Christian leaders said recently.

“We ought not to be threatened by people who don’t believe,” said the Rev. A. Byron Coleman, senior pastor of Fifth Street Missionary Baptist Church, 801 NE 5.

“It doesn’t reshape the narrative of the Christian Church to have an atheist convention coming to town. We’re still going to have Resurrection Sunday and we’re still going to eat ham after church.”

The Rev. Randy Faulkner, senior pastor of Metropolitan Baptist Church, 7201 W Britton Road, shared a similar view.

“Their presence in our city will not in any way diminish our joy in celebrating the resurrection of our Lord Jesus,” he said.

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One comment on “Christian leaders say they aren’t fazed by atheists’ metro gathering”

  • @OP – Holy Week and Easter Sunday in the Oklahoma City metro area
    will not be tarnished by a national gathering of atheists,
    several Christian leaders said recently.

    Delusional beliefs are not “tarnished” by the presence of rational thinkers – at least not in the minds of the deeply indoctrinated believer!

    “It doesn’t reshape the narrative of the Christian Church to have an atheist convention coming to town.
    We’re still going to have Resurrection Sunday
    and we’re still going to eat ham after church.”

    I have heard of the cannibalistic tendencies of the sacraments of the Catholic Church, but do you think Ken will hide in his fake ark if he hears of this? 🙂

    Perhaps it is the Jews and Muslims, who will suggest they are “tarnished and unclean”!



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