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Auburn church with anti-LGBTQ sign forced out of building

AUBURN, Ind. (WOWO) – The Auburn church that made news due to its controversial LGBTQ sign has been forced out of its building, according to our partners in news at ABC 21.

RELATED: Church sign upsets LGBTQ allies

The Remnant Fellowship Church had a sign outside of its doors back in June that read, “LGBTQ is a hate crime against God. Repent.” Below, a smaller sign read, “All are welcome.”

Saturday, a church member confirmed the news that they had been kicked out of their building, but when asked if they planned to relocate, the church member said “no comment.”

The church maintains it is not intolerant of others’ beliefs, but finds that those on the other side of the issue are intolerant of the beliefs of the Remanent Fellowship Church.

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Philip July 7, 2018 at 5:26 pm

Good! We can not tolerate intolerance. People who discriminate against people need to be shunned.

John A July 7, 2018 at 11:16 pm

The church is correct. The LGBT choice is anti God and a hate crime against God’s design and creation. The RAINBOW is God’s sign of his covenant with mankind as stated in the Bible’s book of Genesis. The LGBT flag was created in 1977 San Francisco to mock the Lord. Learn history and truth. Most people do not know the truth.

John A July 7, 2018 at 11:18 pm

Is WOWO censoring comments that do not agree with the LGBT choice of lifestyle?


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