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Re: [humanism-174] Phelps-Roper's two daughter leave WBC

From: Tim C.
Sent on: Thursday, February 7, 2013 4:21 PM
If her quote below does not demonstrate effectively the evil and obscenity that is this "religion" then I can't help!  And btw, this is pretty much what the more moderate fundaloons believe as well.  Almost classic Calvinism, but with that added touch of hatred and bigotry and complete rather than partial insanity!
Tim Campbell
The woman's actual statement in response to an interviewer's question:
"We have no say on who is appointed to mercy and no say on who is appointed to wrath. All I have is a lively hope, and an urgency every day to seek tokens that my own calling in election is sure. You see my young, rebellious friend, I am no different than any other human in that I am full of sin and without a single merit of my own. BUT, if God would have mercy upon me, I have everything. It is all I care about, and all that I live for. There is nothing in this life worth having or doing except to serve my King, and to pray that his will be done and to ask that I be MADE and FOUND worthy to escape the affliction that is coming on the whole earth and that I be made and found worthy to stand before my Lord. "
In a message dated 2/7/2013 4:15:36 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, [address removed] writes:
Starting with this letter from Shirley Phelps two daughters.  They wrote:

Then, this is the article on them leaving:

This is the reaction that Shirley gives on them leaving:

If you saw the documentary "The Most Hated Family in America", you would see this coming.  When Louis Theroux was talking to Shirley's daughters (without Shirley right there at their side), you could just tell by their reaction to his questions that they were not "lifers" for the WBC.

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