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"And the LORD was with Judah; and he drave out the inhabitants of the mountain; but could not drive out the inhabitants of the valley, because they had chariots of iron."
-- Judges 1:19
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Latest Activity: Jul 9, 2015
Started by Lamar. Last reply by matt warren Nov 6, 2012.
Started by Andrew Lindsey. Last reply by Eli Feb 7, 2011.
Started by Lamar. Last reply by RevRyn Dec 10, 2010.
Doesn't seem very heavily populated.
So Joe, I am a new listener and have been going through the archives of episodes. I finally saw the phone number for one of the God Billboards and called to complain.
Turns out it wasn't the number for the owners of the billboard itself, but for Billboard Evangelism (www.gospelbillboards.com) where I spoke with a pleasant gentleman named Raymond (and of course, everybody loves Raymond). He told me he had just gotten a message from a woman who was so glad to see it up there, as if that was supposed to negate my complaint.
The specific billboard in question is not only a fallacious statement, but its downright creepy. It simply states "After you die you will meet god." But what bumps it up to truly creepy is the blood read EKG line that goes flat above the word die and fades out to nothing.
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