Shirley Phelps drops by TGA to say “you’ll burn in Hell, Nate”

About a year ago, Carisa recorded Nate Phelps’ presentation “On the Grayness of Life“, in which he recounts his life as a member of America’s most notorious family, the Phelps. Truth be told, I kind of forgot about the whole thing (since blog turnover on content is so quick), but it seems as though the matriarch of the family, Shirley Phelps-Roeper, actually bothered to visit the site and ensure that Nate knows exactly what will happen to him for escaping his father’s abuse:

Nate should be grateful that my father never did what it says in Leviticus 20:9 – “Any person who curses his father or mother shall therefore be put to death. Since he has cursed his father or mother, he shall be stoned to death.”

He’s still going to burn in Hell for all eternity, so the Lord will have his revenge against his decadent, rebellious ways.

Thanks for dropping by Shirley. We’ll be sure to let Nate know that your diseased mind is fantasizing about him burning in Hell for all eternity.

Comments (14)

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    James Boat

    Stone your kids.. Yea that will show the world that you are right and the rest of us are wrong…

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    Gordon

    Silly Shirley, her litigious father is careful to stay within the bounds set by the (real) law. She should know that means he cannot follow his god’s many commands to murder.

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    Vanishing Sentinels

    I’ve met Nate, and I find it hard to believe he came from such an insane hate-filled family!!

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    Evie

    =P

    That’s all I’ve got for Shirley.

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    BlueIndependent

    Maybe Shirley ought to check that outfit she’s wearing…wouldn’t want to be caught mixing fabrics of two different types in front of YHWH now, would we?

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    ED

    Question is, why didn’t he carry out God’s instructions? Isn’t it the moral thing to do, if they believe what they say they do? The threat of legal repercussions shouldn’t matter. If you are doing “God’s Work”, you will receive your reward in heaven.

    Oh wait, turns out these people are hypocrites.

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    BlueIndependent

    Ed, it’s proof that even for literalists, there is plenty of interpretation to go around.

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    In Utah

    In that picture, her daughter doesn’t look like she wants to be there. She looks sad. Wouldn’t be surprised if more of her children left the cult. Especially after watching the documentary about that family, the college age daughters know they are missing out on life. You can see it in their faces. Deep down I bet they resent their church, but feel too guilty to question it.

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    Nathan Reese

    @Utah

    I thought the same thing when I saw that documentary. Even Shirley and her siblings had a somewhat human side to them, not nearly as crazy and angry as Fred Phelps. It’s clear that Fred has caused some lasting damage on generations of his family, but there is definitely some hesitation in his grandkids. Hopefully at least a few of them can get out. I think when the old bastard dies, some of them will stop living in fear all the time.

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    Clint

    sorry to tell ya but if you think that you should check out this video.

    http://youtu.be/OTSbfs32yCU

    it’s an interview with the two people in that very picture.

    what’s most irritating to me is that since there’s no afterlife they won’t ever know how wrong they are ha.

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    Spector567

    Most parents of kids who talk badly about them start off by saying that they did the best they could, that they treated there kids fairly and stuff along those lines.

    Shirley says: that the kids should be glad they didn’t stone him for speaking poorly about his father.

    I think this is a very clear statment on what the household was like and what it’s priorities were.

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    jawbone tom

    Oh Shirley, Your omniscient one already knew in advance…so it must be his doing in the 1st place…right? And by the way, quit being curious…it is a sin for you to question any thing.So dangerous. So what the frick are you doing using electricity. Get your oil lamps out.Ha! Ha! Ha!

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    jawbone tom

    One more thing Shirley, aren’t you suppposed to be home and mending and cooking for your husband whom you are servant to? You know you are to be QUIET in man’s mattwers, correct? Or have you forgotten the unwise wisdom of St. Agustin;
    “Nothing is so much to be shunned as sex relations.
    -St. Augustine (354 C.E.- 430 C.E.)
    There is another form of temptation, even more fraught with danger. This is the disease of curiosity. It is this which drives us to try and discover the secrets of nature, those secrets which are beyond our understanding, which can avail us nothing and which man should not wish to learn.
    -St. Augustine (354 C.E.- 430 C.E.)”

    Just how sweet is that Shirley? Sicko for sure? Ha! Ha! Ha!
    e?

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    jawbone tom

    Shirley, Take note while you are being a 3rd rate person to your men and hopefully mending and sewing and cooking and leaving all matters of inquiry to men as the good book (evil book) emphjasizes. As you are commanded, Be Quiet.
    And for your pleasure, remember cruel St. Augustine
    Nothing is so much to be shunned as sex relations.
    -St. Augustine (354 C.E.- 430 C.E.)

    There is another form of temptation, even more fraught with danger. This is the disease of curiosity. It is this which drives us to try and discover the secrets of nature, those secrets which are beyond our understanding, which can avail us nothing and which man should not wish to learn.
    -St. Augustine (354 C.E.- 430 C.E.)

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