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Micah Armstrong (right), with his wife Elizabeth (left), at Florida Atlantic University in January 2007.
|Other names||Brother Micah|
|Known for||Preaching Christian fundamentalism in several college campuses in the eastern United States of America.|
Micah Armstrong, also known as Brother Micah, is a campus sidewalk preacher. He began his campus ministries full time in 2006, however he visited campuses in his spare time as early as 2004, with visits also possibly occurring as early as the mid-1990s. Armstrong travels with his wife Elizabeth preaching in circuits mostly in the eastern and southern parts of the United States. Armstrong uses outrageous statements to spark heated discussions. According to Jay Reeves of the Associated Press, Armstrong "holds a near mythic status on college campuses across the eastern United States".
Armstrong speaks out against sex outside of the biblical context of marriage, drugs, rock and roll, masturbation, smoking, and pornography. He calls himself a "homophobe" and performs a song entitled, The Homo Song. He refers to “real Muslims" as terrorists. On the subject of women, Armstrong has said, "Women have two places: In front of the sink and behind the vacuum." He believes that you can lose your salvation and you must work to maintain your salvation; You will not be saved unless you stop sinning/repent from sinning *and trust in Jesus Christ* *Reference: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQfZNl0ScuU .
- Reeves, Jay (2008-06-30). "Preacher stirs up college campuses". Associated Press. Retrieved 2008-11-09.
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