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Im still not sure whether Objective Ministries are a hoax, a PR stunt for Landover Baptist or a legitimate born again, right wing, fundamentalist christian church. But they do have a history of getting in trouble with their web hosts. They have now moved from Cross Spot to the new domain objective.jesussave.us(a zero cost hosting setup with WEB1000). Here is the statement about it found in their Cafepress online store:
NOTICE: Due to doctrinal differences with our previous webhost, Cross Spot, we have decided to move. We are investigating web hosting options but until we finalize our plans we can be temporarily found at http://objective.jesussave.us/. If anyone would like to help us in hosting the OBJECTIVE: Ministries site, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you and God bless.
A longer explanation is found on
Hands up everybody who ever heard about triclavianism! Well that is what Andrew Miller claims the dispute whis Cross Spot was all about.
Here’s a site where visitors no what trclavianism actually means. It seems it is the ”belief that only three nails were used at Christ’s crucifixion.” Wow!
Here is ”Dr. Andrew Miller’s” definition of the term.
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The said online store does however contain quite a lot of supprising items.
Now this is an Item you wouldn’t expect in a right wing christianity store, is it?
Or is it just Kyle trying to up the youth factor a bit?
The last time they moved I published this:
Objective Ministries – hoax or not? Anyway, they moved again…
12/15 2002 – The right wing christian website Objective: Christian Ministries, which might be a big triple folded irony, but that always has a great amount of fun reading (intentionally or unintenionally), seems to have moved again. Lagh at them athttp://crossspot.net/objective/.
There are lots of evidence for this site being a big hoax in itself, but it is always visiously denied from the site owners. I think it is just another way of marketing Landover Baptist.
Update 2003-05-21: An example of the hoax theory about Objective Ministries is Kyle Goldman, who once operated this very anti-Objective site, but has since converted into an Objective Ministries member and turned it into this (while keeping the layout almost intact and just swapping the colors and the midi music). A funny detail is that the guest book still is up and very actively used at his old site.