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'Jesus Camp' Evangelist Plays 'Who Wants to Be the Dead Person?' with Children: VIDEO


Conservative Christian pastor Becky Fischer, the controversial 'Jesus Camp' evangelist, visits a Singapore church and orders children to resurrect each other from the dead in the name of Jesus.


(via jmg)

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  1. lol my sister-in-law is a pastor's daughter and her brothers used to play crucifixion

    Posted by: Nick | Sep 20, 2011 2:48:01 PM

  2. And gays are sick? REALLY?

    1) she's recruiting
    2) she's teaching children about zombie's and other undead creatures

    Is this why she went to Singapore? Like the often conservative, often closeted individuals who go to Singapore to buy themselves underage whores, she's letting her passions lead her to put children in harms way.

    Where is the outrage from the Right?

    Posted by: Jay | Sep 20, 2011 2:50:14 PM

  3. More child abuse from a crazy person. She belongs in a psychiatric prison

    Posted by: Steve | Sep 20, 2011 3:03:27 PM

  4. These kids are going to be mighty disappointed when they try this later and it doesn't work.

    Posted by: TyN | Sep 20, 2011 3:09:19 PM

  5. That is horrible. She should be kept away from children.

    Posted by: Matt26 | Sep 20, 2011 3:24:38 PM

  6. Eh. When I was a kid, our pastor had us reinact bible stories all the time. I even requested the role of Lazarus. This kind of roleplay only brings out the best in their closet gay-child contingent.

    Posted by: Gregoire | Sep 20, 2011 4:01:16 PM

  7. Nothing but a death cult

    Posted by: tranquilo | Sep 20, 2011 5:00:27 PM

  8. Gawd...if but SHE would play dead for awhile. Or forever. Which ever comes last.

    Posted by: Ts | Sep 20, 2011 5:11:59 PM

  9. Disgusting.

    Posted by: TomTallis | Sep 20, 2011 6:36:11 PM

  10. I really don't know what point this woman was trying to make. She failed miserably.

    It's amazing what one can get by with as long as it's done in Jesus name. I agree with Matt26, This woman should be kept away from children. Enough said.

    Posted by: mytwocents | Sep 20, 2011 7:03:22 PM

  11. this is the. ew evangilist rhetoric held in small towns all through middle and southern america. cities the nly reason we do not see it is they ban cameras & cellphones in their houses p
    of worship. only in foreign lands do these "theological" 1teachers get busted on video.

    Posted by: doug | Sep 20, 2011 7:06:26 PM

  12. ...and for her next trick she fed that crowd with two chocolate chip cookies and one pint of ice cream.....just like Jesus would have

    (you can bet it wasn't Schweddy Balls though)

    Posted by: Me Worse | Sep 20, 2011 9:10:33 PM

  13. This happens in the US too. And not just from this xtian. I've talked about this for many years and people just don't want to believe it's true, let alone accept that we pay taxes to make up for her church's tax exempt status.
    Time for the xtians to reel another one in.

    Posted by: marc adams | Sep 22, 2011 2:32:41 AM

  14. More insanity from this child abuser. "Jesus Camp" is one freaky movie.
    She belongs in a mental institution and should be barred from being around any children. Children need to be given a real education not lessons from the big book of desert fairytales that is filled with immorality which will never help them lead a successful life.

    Posted by: JVKL | Oct 5, 2012 7:21:22 PM

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