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  • They were taught to hate, and it was both chilling and sad to hear them talk about how horrible other people were and how God hates them

    • by opalina143

      Fall from Grace is a disturbing documentary about an even more disturbing group of people. The Rev. Fred Phelps and his family are quite possibly the most hated family in America.

      They are fundamentalist Christians, who, along with their Congregation, picket soldier’s funerals waving large signs proclaiming that God hates America, that it’s God’s will for the soldiers to die, and thanking God for their deaths.

      They also hold up signs at the funerals of gay people, proclaiming that God hates them, and that they deserve to burn in hell.

      Documentary captures the hated this group very effectively. There are interviews with Phelps, where he uses homophobic slurs and said horrible things about our country.

      That is disturbing enough, but more so is the view of his church, which shows people singing songs about how God is going to destroy America. We see children, young women, and families joining hands and singing songs with horrible jerks about God’s judgment on innocent people.

      It is clear that the people in this church are consumed by hate. The most disturbing part of the documentary, by far, we’ve interviews with the children.

      These children were so brainwashed that ...

      • Fall from Grace Movie Documentary
      they proclaim hate for people, without even understanding why. The children are not understand what gays were doing wrong, according to the Bible, but he did them anyway.

      They were taught to hate, and it was both chilling and sad to hear them talk about how horrible other people were and how God hates them. There was also an interview with this woman who had to

      put up with protests at her fiancé’s funeral.

      He was a soldier killed in Iraq. A group of motorcycle riders, surrounded the protesters at one point and drown out their hateful chance.

      This was a very moving part of the documentary. Overall, this is a deeply disturbing documentary but I’m glad I watched it.

      Everyone should be aware of these horrible people and the close minded thinking they represent.

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