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Old 10-08-2013, 04:00 PM  
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Salvation is what we should be talking about. When are we going to allow snakes in school? There are souls at stake! I was flipping through the channels and found this show. Could it be a sign from god? Have any you handled a snake for god?
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Old 10-08-2013, 09:00 PM   #16
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I handled lots of snakes including rattle snakes back in college. But I quit when I was confronted with a sea snake. Deadly poison and the absolute most aggressive behavior. I was jumping from desk to desk and finally with help got the thing back in its bag and sent it back to Florida. I was never so scared in my life. I did see Jesus.
I wonder if water snakes tend to be more aggressive? When I was around eight years old a water moccasin chased a friend and I. It was terrifying. He actually shit his pants. Poor guy.
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Old 10-08-2013, 09:35 PM   #17
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I wonder if water snakes tend to be more aggressive? When I was around eight years old a water moccasin chased a friend and I. It was terrifying. He actually shit his pants. Poor guy.
Yeah I've heard that before. I had a water moccasin chase a fishing boat before.
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Old 10-08-2013, 09:54 PM   #18
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Yeah I've heard that before. I had a water moccasin chase a fishing boat before.
I may have walked on water that Summer day in Texas. Well, ran on water anyway. Scary as ****.
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Old 10-09-2013, 08:27 AM   #19
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Old 10-09-2013, 08:38 AM   #21
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I wonder if water snakes tend to be more aggressive? When I was around eight years old a water moccasin chased a friend and I. It was terrifying. He actually shit his pants. Poor guy.
It;s been my experience that the water-loving colubrids are usually more aggressive/bitey.

Although, I wonder if that's just a water creature thing (see: Sharks).
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Old 03-04-2014, 10:29 AM   #23
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Pastor's death doesn't deter snake-handling Ky. church
By Travis Loller
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Posted: 02/27/2014 12:01:00 AM MST8 commentsUpdated: 02/27/2014 06:58:17 AM MST


Jamie Coots, pastor of the Full Gospel Tabernacle in Jesus Name Church of Middlesboro, Ky., holds a rattlesnake during a 2012 service in LaFollette, Tenn. Coots died after being bit during a service Feb. 15. (Shelley Mays, Nashville Tennessean)MIDDLESBORO, Ky. Three days after pastor Jamie Coots died from a rattlesnake bite at church, mourners leaving the funeral went to the church to handle snakes.

Coots, who appeared on the National Geographic Channel's "Snake Salvation," pastored the Full Gospel Tabernacle in Jesus Name church founded by his grandfather.

The third-generation snake handler was bitten during a service Feb. 15 and died at his home after refusing medical help. His adult son, Cody Coots, is taking over the family church where snakes are frequently part of services.

"People think they will stop handling snakes because someone got bit, but it's just the opposite," said Ralph Hood, a professor of psychology at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, who has been studying snake handlers for decades. "It reaffirms their faith."

The practice of snake handling in the United States was first documented in the mountains of East Tennessee in the early 20th century, said Paul Williamson, a professor of psychology at Henderson State University who, along with Hood, co-wrote a book about snake handlers called, "Them That Believe."

Snake handling gained momentum when George Hensley, a Pentecostal minister working in the South in the early 1900s, recounted an experience where, while on a mountain, a serpent slithered beside him.

Hensley purported to be able to handle the snake with impunity. When he came down the mountain, he proclaimed the truth of following all five of the signs in Mark. Hensley himself later died from a snake bite.

Today the practice is most common in Southern Appalachian states, and snake handlers often use native rattlesnakes and copperheads. Such churches are independent and often call themselves "signs following" churches.

Andrew Hamblin, who co-starred on "Snake Salvation," said he was with Coots when he died.

"I held him in my arms when he took his last breath," said Hamblin, who is pastor at the Tabernacle Church of God in the nearby community of LaFollette, Tenn.

He believes that Coots, 42, would have died Feb. 15 no matter what. If not by a snake, then a stroke or some sort of accident.

"God's appointed time of death trumps everything," Hamblin said.

Coots had handled snakes many years and had been bitten several times, always relying on prayer, and not medical help, to heal him.

Hood knew Coots well, and attended his standing-room-only funeral service last week. At a gathering at the church afterward, some mourners were handling snakes, he said.

"At the service, what everybody recognized and accepted is that he died obedient to God and that his salvation is assured," Hood said.

At church service Saturday, a week after Coots died, both Cody Coots and his mother handled the rattler that killed his father, said Williamson, who attended the service. Calls to the Coots family have not been returned.

Williamson said he has documented 91 snake bite deaths among serpent handlers since 1919.

From 350 to 400 people die from snake bites in the U.S. each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Williamson said questions of why a snake-handling believer dies from a bite are no different from the questions believers of various faiths have about why bad things happen to good people.

Coots' death was the second snake bite death at his church, which was founded in 1978.
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Handling snakes is pretty bad-ass; wonder what the atheist/satanist crowd does to impress people...besides boring people and watching episodes of "Supernatural".
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Handling snakes is pretty bad-ass; wonder what the atheist/satanist crowd does to impress people...besides boring people and watching episodes of "Supernatural".
Curious why you associate atheists with Satanists. Someone who does not believe in God does not believe in Satan either. I am neither nor have I heard of the Supernatural show. As far as handling snakes being badass I beg to differ. I find it incredibly stupid~
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Old 03-04-2014, 12:10 PM   #26
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Curious why you associate atheists with Satanists. Someone who does not believe in God does not believe in Satan either. I am neither nor have I heard of the Supernatural show. As far as handling snakes being badass I beg to differ. I find it incredibly stupid~
I think God just gave her opinion of what she thinks of handling snakes in her name and she wasn't too impressed.
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Curious why you associate atheists with Satanists. Someone who does not believe in God does not believe in Satan either. I am neither nor have I heard of the Supernatural show. As far as handling snakes being badass I beg to differ. I find it incredibly stupid~
You shouldn't try to analyze one of my jokes...and I think you're easily offended if you didn't like my lumping atheists and satanists together....
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I handled lots of snakes including rattle snakes back in college. But I quit when I was confronted with a sea snake. Deadly poison and the absolute most aggressive behavior. I was jumping from desk to desk and finally with help got the thing back in its bag and sent it back to Florida. I was never so scared in my life. I did see Jesus.
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