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holygoddamnshitballs:

Virginia Students Respond To Homophobic Preacher With Hymn Of Love

Ross jackson

Reminding the world that not all Christians are focused solely on hatred for their fellow man, a homophobic preacher who appeared on the campus of James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia earlier this week had his hateful speech drowned out by students with a Christian message of peace and love, reports Huffington Post.

According to witnesses, Ross Jackson, who is the founder of Revival Mission Ministries, launched into sermons condemning a variety of “sinful acts,” including homosexuality, drinking alcohol andlistening to country music.

He is also reported to have yelled “all homos are going to hell” at a crowd gathered at one of the talks.

However, students at the university were not willing to allow Jackson to get away with his hate-speech. Student-journalist Lauren Hunt live-tweeted the preacher’s appearances, noting his arrogant approach to student opinions.  Other attendees brought rainbow-colored flags and protest signs, while one group of students stood in full view of Jackson to sing Christian hymns about love, drowning out his words.

According to Hunt, Jackson called the singers and guitar player a “pervert leader and his band of followers.” However, Hunt tweeted “the students’ singing has overpowered the voice of the preacher.”

According to the university’s newspaper, Jackson was forced to leave the college campus Wednesday after he was issued a police summons for assault and battery, as well as a no trespass notice.

This is delightful. An all-too-rare reminder that Christianity can be a wonderful thing. I don’t know how much they would care for praise from a convinced atheist like me, but I think Jesus would be proud of them.

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phlintscones:

jchelseaw:

the-steve-bucky-ship:

darthstitch:


High-Res [x]

A Steve is a Steve no matter how small. 
A Steve is a Steve no matter how tall.

Really highlights how much of a difference Bucky would have had to get used to.

OMFG I JUST REALIZED IMAGNINE HOW MANY TIMES BUCKY TURNED AROUND TO SAY SOMETHING TO STEVE AND WAS SUDDENLY TALKING TO HIS BOOBS AND YOU JUST KNOW STEVE CRACKED A JOKE ABOUT “MY EYES ARE UP HERE, BUDDY” AND “IS THIS WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE ONE OF THE GIRLS YOU DATE? *COVERS CHEST IN PRETEND SHYNESS*”
aslkdfjasdfkljsfjk ITS SO AMUSING!

OMG YES

Never forget which one threw himself on the grenade.

phlintscones:

jchelseaw:

the-steve-bucky-ship:

darthstitch:

High-Res [x]

A Steve is a Steve no matter how small.

A Steve is a Steve no matter how tall.

Really highlights how much of a difference Bucky would have had to get used to.

OMFG I JUST REALIZED IMAGNINE HOW MANY TIMES BUCKY TURNED AROUND TO SAY SOMETHING TO STEVE AND WAS SUDDENLY TALKING TO HIS BOOBS AND YOU JUST KNOW STEVE CRACKED A JOKE ABOUT “MY EYES ARE UP HERE, BUDDY” AND “IS THIS WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE ONE OF THE GIRLS YOU DATE? *COVERS CHEST IN PRETEND SHYNESS*”

aslkdfjasdfkljsfjk ITS SO AMUSING!

OMG YES

Never forget which one threw himself on the grenade.

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My political views

when-in-the-turn-fandom:

LadyH, I’ve recently become aware of this show. With all your booklurnin’, would you recommend it as (a) good to watch and (b) a realistic depiction of that time and those events? Having been educated in the UK, I know little or nothing of the period; the history syllabus here devotes about 90 seconds of a child’s entire education to the subject. When I watched Star Trek as a kid I had no idea of the meaning behind ship names like Ticonderoga, Valley Forge, and Lexington - it was quite startling to find out later that they were all significant names. So, will this show help my ignorance?