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Worthy Christian News » Church pulls 'hell' sign after police probe

A Baptist church agreed to take down a sign about hell after police investigated the message as a "hate incident," reports the Daily Mail.

A passerby in Norfolk, England, complained about the sign, which said non-Christians would "burn in hell," and showed flames below the words, "If you think there is no God you better be right!"

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