“I believe that it is a statement supporting the word of God and that it (the Bible) is above all and that any other religious book that does not teach Christ as savior and lord as the 66 books of the Bible teaches it, is wrong,” said Lovelace. “I knew that whenever we decided to put that sign up that there would be people who wouldn’t agree with it, and there would be some that would, and so we just have to stand up for what’s right.”
“About Friday or Saturday we will have a new sign,” he said. “It should state to some effect ‘Where are your treasures? Are they at the flea market or are they in heaven?'”
Lovelace said that he does not have anything against the flea market that recently opened up down the street from the church.
“I enjoy a good flea market, but if people can be down there at eight o’clock why can’t they be at church at 11,” he said.
If you must, the whole tale.