Monday, April 11, 2011

Crowbar crusader Kathleen Folden tells her story

Posted By on Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 4:48 PM

Remember Kathleen Folden, the Kalispell trucker who drove to a Colorado gallery last fall and took a crowbar to a controversial sexual depiction of Jesus? Well, as the Daily Inter Lake reports, she recently launched a website, www.givegodlove.com, to tell her version of the events that led to her arrest. (Actually, the website isn't about her arrest as much as it's about the Antichrist and end times.)

Anyway, the site includes this 10-page account of the incident (PDF). Here's a snippet:

...upon hearing about Jesus in a dress, having breasts, and being serviced by a man with a big, ugly, red tongue, I was utterly calm and steadfast.

That doesn’t mean I was unafraid. My knees were unsteady and I asked God if I was indeed the right person for the job. Was he sure there wasn’t someone who had a recent prison conversion who better knew the ins and outs of serving time and committing crimes? I didn’t really even understand about bail, etc.

Those doubts were fleeting. If I could be a trucker in New York, I could and would do this. I put on the “Tougher Than Nails” T-shirt to draw strength from Jesus and to help feel His nearness.

I wasn’t sure about whether or not to take the crow bar inside. I thought about hiding it in the bushes outside. Fortunately, it fit perfectly inside my doubled over fleece jacket

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