Pastor Sean Harris can’t unring that bell

22 thoughts on “Pastor Sean Harris can’t unring that bell”

    1. I first heard this on Anderson Cooper this evening while I was fixing dinner. I came charging around the corner to confirm what I was hearing and like you, almost got sick. It sounded more like some white supremacist than a so-called Christian pastor. Sickening.

      1. Only time I listen to the radio is in the car, and then it’s usually classic rock. But I can see how this would be the perfect story for radio.

      2. That’s the only time I listen, too. Sometimes when I’m on the computer if I’m working on graphics. Something that I don’t have to read or concentrate. If I am reading anything… blogs, news articles, anything, I cannot listen to music or talk shows. It has to be quiet.

        But when doing graphics or websites, then I don’t have words to concentrate on, so I often listen to pod casts. I used to listen to music. But now, I’ve really gotten deep into this upcoming elections and the stupid war on women.

    1. Now that you mention it, this would probably qualify as dangerous hate speech — if he weren’t a pastor in a church. That’s a bit of a conundrum, isn’t it?

  1. “The best disinfectant is sunlight” – I shall never, ever forget that phrase, PT, thank you. Amazing. It is astounding that there are pockets of people out there who think it’s ok to talk like this. His tone of voice is so aggressive. The only person with issues is the man himself.

    1. I once wrote after being hospitalized for five days “Never underestimate the restorative qualities of sunshine and fresh air.” Sunlight, it seems, is a pretty good cure-all for all kinds of negative things that thrive indoors and in the shadows.

  2. Next will be the “Man up for God” crusade. They’ll have all the male children up front during service and make them take a “gut shot for God.” Then they’ll get tee-shirts that say, “God gave me big balls so I could stomp roaches and play in the dirt.” Later, they’ll have a nice long gauntlet to run where everyone can whack them with sticks so they can “man up” further. Somewhere along the line, they’ll probably realize they should be breeding for manliness, so they’ll start weeding the “limp-wristers” out of their congregation.

      1. Sorry. I can’t make that promise. I might have a stroke and lose most of my mental capacity. After that I’d be looking for a new profession, and I don’t want to limit my options.

... and that's my two cents