Friday, March 13, 2015

Kentucky pastor uses Duke cutouts to push congregants to sit in front at church (PHOTOS)

All men are created equal — or so it goes somewhere in the bible or something — but in Kentucky, where college basketball is a religion, Dukies are second tier. Or, at least, back pew.

One Kentucky pastor found the state's hatred of Duke basketball so strong, he's using it to force congregants to sit further to the front in his church during sermons.

Cameron Mills, a former Kentucky basketball player, tweeted out these photos of the pews at Second Baptist Church in Hopkinsville, Ky., which were filled with cardboard cutouts of Duke legends in the back and life-size images of local icons, Louisville coach Rick Pitino and Kentucky coach John Calipari, in the front.
And for those in the back, you rise and pray with the likes of Coach K and a Christian — as in Christian Laettner.

Now what about that Kentucky-Louisville, heaven and hell divide Pastor?

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