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Fundamentalist Pastor JD Hall Brags About Breaking the Law

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Pastor Jordan “JD” Hall, a breaker of Montana law and God’s.

According to British uber-Fundamentalist Susan-Anne White, Jordan “JD” Hall, pastor (elder) of Fellowship Baptist Church in Sidney, Montana and the operator of Pulpit & Pen, bragged in an email about texting while driving. In a July 2019 post, White wrote:

We had cause to contact an American Pastor this week and when he responded to us he did not address us at all. He typed two or three lines of a non-response to our questions and that was it.

We sent another e-mail to take him to task for his lack of courtesy and his failure/refusal to answer the questions we put to him.

He responded by apologising for his lack of formality which he explained was due to the fact that he was driving at 70mph whilst texting his response to us.

We were horrified to think that he was putting himself and other drivers and pedestrians in danger whilst he responded to our e-mail.

We contacted him again and informed him that if he texted whilst driving in Northern Ireland he would be a lawbreaker.

NI law states that “It is illegal, while driving, to pick up or use a hand-held mobile phone or similar device.”

The Pastor’s responses to our rebuke of his cavalier attitude to his potentially dangerous driving were as follows,

“This is ………… where we have freedom and don’t like nanny-state serfs and peasants telling us what to do while driving. So yes, I text and drive.”

“We prefer liberty OVER safety on this side of the pond.” (He capitalised the word OVER for emphasis)

To spare this fellow’s blushes, we will not name him or his State.

Today, after “suffering” in silence for six months, the pedantic White decided to out Hall as the unnamed pastor:

Pastor Jordan Hall is the Pastor referred to in our post below. He was not identified in the post but the time has come to reveal all.

He cannot be reasoned with because he does not like anyone telling him what to do.

He prefers “liberty over safety,” despite the fact that he is a danger on the roads and could kill himself or someone else. In addition to texting whilst driving at 70mph, he does not wear a seat belt!

In his most recent sermon at his church (Fellowship Baptist, Sidney, Montana) he condemned abortion, and rightly so, but he cannot see that it is hypocritical to condemn abortion whilst he is endangering other human beings by his dangerous driving.

We informed him that we are going to name him, and he responded with,

“I’m perfectly fine with the entire world knowing I text and drive. I also refuse to wear a seatbelt because I don’t like being told what to do.”

What a rebellious, arrogant and defiant man!

He is also liberal on drugs, stating that he is “100% for the legalisation of marijuana and all substances.”

This is outrageous!


Susan-Anne White, a True Christian, So True She Can’t Find Any Church Pure Enough For Her

Readers may remember the run-ins I have had with White in the past. (Please see Susan-Anne White Thinks I’m a Despicable, Obnoxious, Militant, Hateful AtheistBritish Fundamentalist Susan-Anne White’s List of Politically Correct Words, The BRCA1 and BRCA2 Gene: Susan-Anne White Condemns Women Who Have Preemptive Surgery and The Infamous Fundamentalist Susan-Anne White Has Given Up on Blogging.) It doesn’t surprise me that she is making a mountain out of a molehill; though I do love the fact that it is Fundamentalist Asshole of the Year® JD Hall she is going after. Always fun to watch Fundamentalists devour one another.

White says that Hall can’t be reasoned with and doesn’t like anyone telling him what to do — as if White is any different from Hall. Child, please. Hall and White are two peas in a pod. Both of these servants of the most high God scour the Internet in hopes of finding the smallest offenses by fellow Christians. Granted, White hasn’t badgered someone into committing suicide as Hall reportedly did, but she’s hardly a shining example of a loving, kind, compassionate follower of the Prince of Peace.

Both White and Hall believe, in theory, that the Bible is the inspired, inerrant, infallible Word of God. I say in theory because their public dust-up violates all sorts of Biblical commands about how believers are to treat one another and how they are to handle disagreements with fellow Christians. And on a more hysterically serious note, Hall’s Bible must not contain Romans 13:1-3:

Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God. Whosoever therefore resisteth the power, resisteth the ordinance of God: and they that resist shall receive to themselves damnation. For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil. Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power? do that which is good, and thou shalt have praise of the same:

The Message, my favorite paraphrase, puts Romans 13:1-3 this way:

Be a good citizen. All governments are under God. Insofar as there is peace and order, it’s God’s order. So live responsibly as a citizen. If you’re irresponsible to the state, then you’re irresponsible with God, and God will hold you responsible. Duly constituted authorities are only a threat if you’re trying to get by with something. Decent citizens should have nothing to fear.

By texting and driving Hall is NOT violating Montana law. He is free to drive like an idiot and put the lives of others at risk. You go boy! Way to be good example of a follower of Jesus. However, it is illegal in Montana to not wear a seatbelt while driving or riding in a moving automobile. And by deliberately violating the law of the land, Hall is disobeying God’s clear commands in Romans 13:1-3. As a Christian and a pastor, Hall is duty-bound to obey the law. Worse yet, by violating the law and the commands of God, Hall is no longer fit to be an elder of Fellowship Baptist Church. In 1 Timothy 3, the Apostle Paul said that bishops (elders/pastors) must be blameless, of good behavior, and have a good report (testimony/reputation) with unbelievers.  Hall’s behavior fails on all three counts. Since Hall is living in serious unrepentant “sin,” I call on the membership of Fellowship Baptist Church to immediately remove him as pastor. My God, people, set the standard. If you let Hall break the seat belt law, what’s next? His complicity in the death of a troubled teen? It’s time to stop sin in its tracks!

To Susan-Anne White: what I wrote above is snark and sarcasm. I don’t give a rat’s ass about Hall’s driving habits or your outrage over his behavior. Think of all the things you could be “worrying” about, yet you are focused on getting a pound of flesh out of Hall over his texting while driving.

Now pass me some popcorn.

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    So I guess Christian’s get to pick and choose which laws to obey, just like they pick and choose what verses of the Bible to follow. At least they are consistent.

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    It’s been some while since we heard from Mrs White! I think she’s right on this one, only an irresponsible and inconsiderate person would text while driving, regardless of the law (though I suspect there’d be a potentially massive civil liability if he were sued after an accident), but the hypocrisy does stand out.

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    Mr.Gerencser, I am British, not Irish and I have made this clear to you in the past. Secondly I never stated that Pastor Hall “bragged about breaking the law in a sermon.” Those are your words and you are duty bound to correct your error. I clearly stated that it was via e-mails, not by listening to one of his sermons, that we learned about Pastor Hall’s potentially dangerous driving habits. If you must quote me, quote me accurately.

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      Bruce Gerencser

      Duty bound? To who? You? God? Child, please. Minor error made about the origin of Hall’s comment. Corrected. My editor added Irish, not I. I changed it to reflect the likely outcome of Brexit. Enjoy having to rub shoulders with those murderous, evil Catholics.

      Any other gnats or camels you would like to address?

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        I’m English. My wife bristles if she’s not referred to as Scottish. Mrs White is Irish, albeit of Northern Ireland. We are all of us British.

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            Hugh D. Young

            I’m mostly BRITISH, about 77% according to, but also have German, Scottish, and even a touch of Italian DNA….So which nation (Tribe) should I be most proud of, and identify myself with?

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            Hugh D. Young

            Probably should have said ENGLISH instead of British since these distinctions are apparently so life & death important!!! 🙂

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            Mrs White, I’m very happy to acknowledge your right to identify as you wish, so British it is.

            I trust that you grant the same courtesy to those who identify as gay, or as transsexual, or as bisexual.

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    Brian Vanderlip

    I occasionally come across bipeds with their heads so far up their nether-regions that I stop a moment to concern myself regarding alien invasion. So it is, just here, just now.

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    Big C

    I am a common sense constitutional American vet and was floored over jd hall words, but not in the way you would think. I watch and debate religion and politics on pretty much every platform that is outthere. Some of the idiots that I have taking to the woodshack is Matt slick, Darth Dawkins, pretty much all the unbelievers that lie about their faith. Jd hall is one man that I believe is the most honest and fearless leader of the church that I have seen or heard, and I’m a atheist!! So when he says that the church shouldn’t close because of the government, he is correct!! And to hear Tim from btwn say he would give his guns to the ” he would give his guns to a man from the government” is outrageous. Jd hall shows how and why he has the belief he has. The rest of you who fold to corrupt government policy are just weak and are in your faith falling!!! Sad!!

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    No valid legislation can possibly, by definition, violate the constitution. If Congress passes a law that bans all firearms then it is the will of the people, and to be achieved would require negotiating the constitution. The constitution does not, incidentally, refer anywhere to firearms.

    As regards the bible, which version of the nativity story do you prefer, being as it’s Christmas?

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    Brian Vanderlip

    Just impulse clicked over to read the Christmas cow-plop JD Hall left at his Puke on Pews site:

    If you think evangelical belief is something designed to help and not harm, I encourage you to read the hateful stupidity in the writing there. Stevie Anderson has a spiritual brother! Out here in farm land two rabid dogs constitute a pack and are fair fame…. ah, those peaceful Christmas wishes just flood me after exposure to these sick, thick brick-heads.

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    Based Boomer

    Wasn’t this the guy who was harassing the 15 year old son of a rival pastor, and the boy subsequently committed suicide? Why wasn’t this guy not legally charged with being complicit in this suicide?
    Strange times we live in.

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