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innish television network recently filmed a Southern Baptist pastor as he visited secular Nordic countries and struggled to come to grips with widespread LGBT rights and atheism.
In an episode of Yle’s The Norden, Summit Church of West Georgia Lead Pastor Marty McLain tells the network that he is a creationist who believes in the story of the Garden of Eden, and that there is a “literal Hell.”
“The Bible does refer to — in the book of Revelations — the lake of fire,” he explains.
In a trailer for the episode, McLain interviews people on the street in an attempt to find someone in the Nordic countries he visits who believes in God.
“If there’s no god, why should I believe in him?” one man asks the pastor.
McLain eventually speaks to Lars Danner Madsen, a reverend at Solbjerg Church in Copenhagen, who tells him that Danes are not religious “all day, all the time.”
The Southern Baptist pastor points out that the Danish government had forced churches to treat LGBT people equally when it came to marriage rights.
“The parliament, the government says you must perform same-sex marriages in the church,” McClain notes. “Wow!”
originally posted by: Spider879
a reply to: swanne
But for him and folks it's all about BRIM STONE AND FIRE! the worst parts of the old testament..abject fear-mongering imo.
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