Pastor John Hagee slammed people who don't say "Merry Christmas" or like the Christian Christmas song "Joy to the World" during his sermon on Sunday.
While preaching at the Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, Pastor Hagee spread his version of God's love "to all humanists and atheists listening" to his message about "The War on Christmas," noted RightWingWatch.org (video below).
"This is the United States of America that was founded by Christians," preached Pastor Hagee, "On Christian principles according to the Word of God."
Pastor Hagee didn't mention the slavery of black people, the genocide of Native Americans or the subjugation of women under the Founding Fathers.
"Contrary to what some people are saying in Washington, we are still one nation under God," stated Pastor Hagee.
"No one is asking you to be baptised at the site of a manger," growled Pastor Hagee. "If you pass a manger scene and someone is singing 'Joy To The World,' you can take your Walkman and stuff it into your ears, or you can call your lawyer, or you can just exercise your right to leave the country. Planes are leaving every hour on the hour, get on one."
In a more touching "Merry Christmas" moment, a husband and wife created an amazing Christmas photo from 7,000 miles apart (picture below).
According to MyFoxDetroit.com, Christina Perdue is in West Chester, NY and Daniel Perdue is serving in Afghanistan.
Christina took a picture holding a "Merry Christmas" sign and then mailed the sign to Daniel, who took a picture with the sign as well, and then sent his picture to Christina.
Using Photoshop, Christina combined them into one picture, which was posted on Facebook and has since gone viral.