Trailer full of Bibles ‘intentionally’ set ablaze in front of church Easter Sunday morning

A trailer full of Bibles appears to have been intentionally set ablaze in front of a church early Easter Sunday morning in Tennessee, proving that the wolf is never far away.

Pastor Greg Locke, with the Global Vision Church, which is located just east of Nashville in Mount Juliet, took to social media to share the news, saying church security cameras captured the apparent attack on Christianity on the day set aside to celebrate the resurrection of Christ.

Happy Resurrection Sunday,” the pastor wrote. “This morning at 6:00AM our security cameras caught a man dropping off a trailer in the middle of the intersection and blocking the road into our church. He then got out and set fire to an entire trailer full of Bibles right in front of our church.”

Turns out, in addition to the cameras, there was an eyewitness on hand, according to Locke.

“There was a lady that had driven through the night to get to our church and she was in the parking lot and was able to get the police officers here quickly, but it was quite the scene to wake up to on my first morning back from Israel,’ he added. “Had to block traffic in all directions but they are almost finished cleaning it up. It’s going to be a great day in the Lord.”

The Wilson County Sheriff’s Office confirmed in a statement that the trailer was “intentionally set on fire.”

“Around 6am this morning, the Mt. Juliet Police Department and Fire Department swiftly responded to a trailer fire located at the intersection of Old Lebanon Dirt Road and Chandler Road,” WCSO said. “Upon arrival, it was confirmed that the trailer fell within our jurisdiction. The fire was promptly extinguished by the diligent efforts of the Mt. Juliet Fire Department. Following the containment of the fire, Wilson County Sheriff’s Office deputies and detectives assumed control of the investigation.”

“The trailer, containing bibles, had been dropped off in the middle of the intersection and then intentionally set on fire. To uphold the integrity of the ongoing investigation, other specific details cannot be provided at this time,” the office added.

The left has been targeting “Christian nationalism” of late, in an attempt to undermine the faith in America as more Americans reportedly turn away from God — a recent study by the Public Religion Research Institute showed that more than a quarter (26%) of Americans now identify as religiously unaffiliated.

“The increase in religious unaffiliation underscores a growing divide between the general public’s views and the actions of some Republican politicians, who are increasingly leaning into Christian nationalism to shape public policies. Figures such as former President Trump and House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.), who prominently display symbols associated with Christian nationalism, are seen as aligning with a loyal but shrinking base,” the Jerusalem Post reported on Easter weekend.

Politico recently warned that Trump allies are “developing plans to infuse Christian nationalist ideas in his administration should the former president return to power.”

Christianity being the antithesis of the left’s LGBTQ-infused agenda to undermine the family structure, which is the bedrock of traditional American values.

Tom Tillison


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