Local Christians unconcerned about business owner’s open anti-Christian policy

Wallace's Grocery

After a local business owner publicly denounced the Christian way of life, Christians in the area have largely reacted with indifference.

Businessman Frank Wallace announced during his guest spot on a morning radio program Thursday that he would not include the idea of Christian values in his advertising nor would he cater to anyone who held them. He went on to state that anyone who didn’t like this was free to buy from another business.

The response from Christians around town has been calm as many say they will continue to shop at Wallace’s Grocery despite the rant against Jesus.

Martha Grant, a devout churchgoer and long time patron of the store, stated “we need to respect other people’s opinions, no matter what so long as they aren’t promoting laws which discriminate against Christianity. He has a right to his opinion and we shouldn’t be upset over that.”

There are some though who are gearing up to begin boycotting the store. At the forefront of those efforts is John Woodard. He states “why should I give my money to someone who opposes Christian values? When we buy from his store we are effectively saying that his views are completely acceptable. This is why I’m leading the boycott against Wallace’s.”

Some are even going out of their way to buy from the grocery store just to spite boycott efforts.

This is a developing story.

By: George R.M. Spooner
Contact George via email at TribuneHeraldNews@gmail.com

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5 thoughts on “Local Christians unconcerned about business owner’s open anti-Christian policy

  1. Dudeguy September 27, 2013 at 2:52 pm Reply

    Truth is that store has the lowest prices in town, and so he knows he can say stuff like that and not lose customers. If it were wal-mart the conservatives would be boycotting.

  2. Keitho September 28, 2013 at 5:13 am Reply

    I once ate some of these atheist vegetables and I found my faith wobble. Fortunately they only stayed in my system for less than 24 hours and as they left I shouted out a great hallelujah and as I flushed I could feel the Christian spirit once again possess me.

    Happy as I am to pay more for “organic” food because of the unmeasurable benefits they bring I am now prepared to pay even more for Christian fruit and veg on the same faith based principle.

    • adam November 14, 2013 at 6:12 pm Reply

      How much are you prepared to pay?! I have some Christian apples I’d be open to moving for the right price??

  3. Charles and Kelly Allen November 15, 2013 at 2:53 am Reply

    Based upon our intensive group research and study pertaining to religious issues and beliefs, we have proven facts that Christianity is the most dangerous and deadly false practicing religion in this world today. There are multitudes of innocent lives being destroyed by the destructive hands of Christianity today, and with our proven facts, can without doubt say that Christianity is a Satanic religion.

  4. Jeff June 30, 2014 at 6:31 pm Reply

    So what’s the problem. A bakery was sued because she wouldn’t bake a wedding cake for a homosexual couple based on her religious beliefs, another bakery was sued because she wouldn’t bake a cake for the KKK base on her religious beliefs. Come on people> Stop acting like the Christians in a Roman arena heading for the lions den. Go into the store in full regala (sic). Crucifix, holy water, prayer cards, two or three bibles, and when he refuses service, oh well !!! Law suit time. Empty his pocket of a few coins and I’m sure he’ll be a little more accommodating next time.

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