Pastor James David Manning and his Atlah World Missionary Christian church in Harlem are back in the news, this time for the provocative sign on the side of its building.
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Pastor James David Manning is far from shy. From his Harlem Christian church and school -- he runs the Great Tomorrows Elementary and Middle School and ATLAH High School, in addition to his church -- he is once again attacking gay people and the lGBT community.
Pastor Manning first came to national attention for his sign that some might think was an attempt to provoke violence against LGBT people. It read, "Jesus would stone homos." That was followed by comments Pastor Manning made to Vocativ, that "white homos are going to take the black woman’s man."
Recently The New Civil Rights Movement reported that Pastor Manning is linked to an open-carry group that holds Second Amendment events at Dealey Plaza -- where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
Now, just days after releasing a plea to parents nationwide to homeschool their children (preferably, he said, at his school in New York City) to save them from the "demonic homosexual mafia," Pastor Manning is back once again.
The sign outside the Atlah Church, according to Real Stories Gallery Foundation, which posted this image to Twitter, reads,
“All churches & members that support homos cursed be thou with cancer HIV syphilis stroke madness itch then hell 1 Cor. 6:9."