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A revered says a billboard comparing former President Trump to Jesus looks like Georgians are "redefining blasphemy."

Controversial Georgia billboard compares former President Trump to Jesus

A revered says a billboard comparing former President Trump to Jesus looks like Georgians are "redefining blasphemy."

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Controversial Georgia billboard compares former President Trump to Jesus

A revered says a billboard comparing former President Trump to Jesus looks like Georgians are "redefining blasphemy."

Cars are speeding by a stretch of Rossville Boulevard near Georgia's border with the Tennessee state line.But what Rev. Bill Bond saw on this billboard a week and a half ago stopped him in his tracks. "I was at a stop light, looked up and did a double take."Bond is talking about a now-removed billboard featuring former President Donald Trump.It reads "Unto us a son is given and the government shall be on his shoulders." "There is no person that can take the place of Jesus Christ," Bond said.A reference to a verse in Romans caps off the billboard. "The scripture says Jesus is not that interested in politics. Jesus is interested in individual lives telling us to love each other, to love God, and best of all, to love and pray for and do good to our enemies."Workers at this motor company just below where that billboard sat say it was up only about a week before the change of scenery.Michael Mcnabb who works a couple of businesses down says he misses the view. "I feel that whoever put it up was a coward for taking it down," McNabb said. "I don't really compare Trump to Jesus. I mean, you know, Trump stands for God. He stands for America"Rev. Bond doesn't feel the same way, to say the least.In tweet that's now started a national conversation -- he says this looks like Georgians are redefining blasphemy. "I was doing an exorcism. I had seen it and I could never unsee it," he said.

Cars are speeding by a stretch of Rossville Boulevard near Georgia's border with the Tennessee state line.

But what Rev. Bill Bond saw on this billboard a week and a half ago stopped him in his tracks.

"I was at a stop light, looked up and did a double take."

Bond is talking about a now-removed billboard featuring former President Donald Trump.

It reads "Unto us a son is given and the government shall be on his shoulders."

"There is no person that can take the place of Jesus Christ," Bond said.

A reference to a verse in Romans caps off the billboard.

"The scripture says Jesus is not that interested in politics. Jesus is interested in individual lives telling us to love each other, to love God, and best of all, to love and pray for and do good to our enemies."

Workers at this motor company just below where that billboard sat say it was up only about a week before the change of scenery.

Michael Mcnabb who works a couple of businesses down says he misses the view.

"I feel that whoever put it up was a coward for taking it down," McNabb said. "I don't really compare Trump to Jesus. I mean, you know, Trump stands for God. He stands for America"

Rev. Bond doesn't feel the same way, to say the least.

In tweet that's now started a national conversation -- he says this looks like Georgians are redefining blasphemy.

"I was doing an exorcism. I had seen it and I could never unsee it," he said.

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