ROOT OF ALL EVIL CANAL TREATMENT

From THE TENNESSEAN:

Andrew Byrd has filed a $3.7 lawsuit against the Family Chapel Church of God in Pigeon Forge; pastor Joel Arwood; Arwood's wife, Theresa Arwood; and Charles Shields. Byrd said the Arwoods asked to meet him last February at the church, where Teresa Arwood claimed he had a demon in him. Byrd said Joel Arwood and Shields jumped him, knocking out a tooth crown and cracking other teeth.

The lawsuit said Arwood later bragged to his congregation that he had "punched the devil and knocked the devil's tooth out."

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ROOT OF ALL EVIL CANAL TREATMENT — 2 Comments

  1. It is quite possible that the tooth-worm legend is mythologically linked to the fruit in the Garden of Eden and the origin of the ‘knowledge of good and evil’ so I suppose the devil might have had something to do with it. But if I ever go travelling that’s one chapel that I’ll avoid.