Texas Atheist 'Flabbergasted' by Outpouring of Christian Charity

Patrick Greene sued a Texas county for displaying a nativity scene on the courthouse lawn. In response, Christians in the area raised money to help him pay his rent.

Greene told Graham he had a more immediate need.

“I said, if you really want to contribute something to help, we need groceries,” Greene said.

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“I told my wife about it,” Greene said.

“They’re going to help us?” Karen asked.

Greene thought that if anything, he’d see $50, maybe $100.

A few days later, the Christians made good on their promise, and sent a check for $400.

“I said I can’t believe it,” Greene said. “I thought I was in the Twilight Zone.”

The money went to help pay the rent, and provide necessities from the grocery store.

The contributions didn’t stop at $400 either, Cry said. More money is coming in.

Texas Atheist ‘Flabbergasted’ by Outpouring of Christian Charity

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"heaping coals of fire."

Hoping to shed more light than heat..