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Church Cheers As 4-Year-Old Sings 'Ain't No Homos Gonna Make It To Heaven'

Video of a young boy at a church in Indiana being cheered as he sings about how "no homos are gonna make it to heaven" has gone viral. "The Bible is right, somebody's wrong," the boy, who appears to be around 4-years-old, sings. "Romans 1 and 27,
8 years ago by David
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Video of a young boy at a church in Indiana being cheered as he sings about how "no homos are gonna make it to heaven" has gone viral.

"The Bible is right, somebody's wrong," the boy, who appears to be around 4-years-old, sings. "Romans 1 and 27, ain't no homo gonna make it to heaven."

Before the boy can finish the song, members of the congregation jump their feet, applauding and cheering wildly.

"That's my boy!" one man can be heard shouting.

The church seen in the video is reportedly the Apostolic Truth Tabernacle in Greensburg, Indiana, according to both Free Thought Blogs and WRTV.

The church's Facebook page has been inundated with comments since the video went viral on Wednesday.

"If the Apostolic Truth Tabernacle of Greensburg, IN thinks they are doing God's work, they are sadly mistaken," The New Civil Rights Movement's David Badash wrote. "They are teaching hate to an entire new generation. This makes more more sad than angry. I fear for these children's future."

Calls to Apostolic Truth Tabernacle Pastor Jeff Sangl were not returned by the time of publication.

(h/t: The New Civil Rights Movement)

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