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Schaap's sermons were controversial, including one he often gave in which he used polishing an arrow shaft to simulate masturbation.
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It is the largest church in the state of Indiana, and in 2007 was the 20th largest in the United States.
Though founded in 1887 by Allen Hill, it was under Jack Hyles' leadership from 1959–2001 when it became one of the megachurches in the United States and during the 1970s had the highest Sunday school attendance of any church in the world.
Cosby met one victim, then 14 years old, through an online dating website."Welcome to the Hammond Police Department's Website.At 211 offficers strong, The Hammond Police Department is committed to providing our citizens the safest living environment possible.Also, Hyles denied the allegations that either he or his church were negligent in the care of the woman in an October 12 advertisement in the Hammond Times.After Hyles' death in 2001, Jack Schaap, Hyles' son-in-law, succeeded as pastor.
S., if not the world." In 1993, WJBK aired Preying from the Pulpit, a news series, examined "allegations of child molesting, abuse and sex scandals in several churches across the nation appear to be part of a pattern of such scandals among churches affiliated with the First Baptist Church of Hammond." Besides the abuse, the program examined Hyles' teaching, including a 1990 sermon where "Hyles pretended to pour poison into a glass and asked an associate pastor, Johnny Colsten, to drink from it.