Stop dating the church sermon
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As a child she would play "Salvation Army" with her classmates, and at home she would gather a congregation with her dolls, giving them a sermon.the doctrine of reprobation or God's "HATE" involving eternal retribution or the everlasting punishment of most of mankind in Hell forever (e.g., Leviticus ,23, Psalm 5:5, Psalm 11:5, Malachi 1:1-3, Romans -13, Matthew ,23, John -40, 1 Peter 2:8, Jude 4, Revelation 13:8, , , etc.), and 3. the certainty that all impenitent sodomites (under the elegant metaphor of "FAGS" as the contraction of faggots, fueling the fires of God's wrath) will inevitably go to Hell (e.g., Romans -32, 1 Corinthians 6:9-11, 1 Timothy 1:8-11, Jude 7, etc.). As a teenager, Mc Pherson strayed from her mother's teachings by reading novels and going to movies and dances, activities which were strongly disapproved of by both the Salvation Army and the religion of her father, James Kennedy, a Methodist.Novels, though, made their way into the Methodist Church library and with guilty delight, Mc Pherson would read them.