Wednesday, September 08, 2010


I'm against it.


  1. Now I know these churches are generally independent, but if they claim to be Evangelical, ya think the other Evangelicals would speak loudly against the planned action of their fellow brother, as well as be doing some back door pressing on the non-Christian behavior he was leading his congregation to do ... ya think ... but then again, perhaps those behind the door chats took place to no-avail ...

  2. Not exactly "And the harvest of righteousness is sown in peace by those who make peace." is it?

  3. I can't believe the extent of the hoo-ha over the whole thing. Even the Vatican weighing in?? How goofy is that?

    I've haven't seen this much attention paid to Christians getting their heads lopped off. Or the fact that in many Muslim countries they'll kill you for even having a Bible.

    It does, however, point out how nuts Muslims are. Christians don't generally threaten death to Bible burners.

    No - this is all about keeping the peons worked up and distracted. One news story after another. On and on. All the faux outrage. Do you really believe Hillary Clinton or Eric Holder gives a good gosh darn whether this idiot burns a Koran?

    Hot damn - I can't wait to see the news crews lined up to bring us live coverage of the burning. Get the popcorn.

    Why this could even be a great lead in for that war the puppet masters are itching to start.

  4. @Adrienne point taken but I guess it's something along the line of two wrongs don't make a right?

  5. Anonymous1:23 PM

    I'm with Adrienne on this. Start widely publizicing the suffering and maryterdom of Christians in Musilim and Communistic nations and then we'll talk. This shouldn't even be news.


  6. Seriously people - this guy is a total flake. He's as bad as Obama's minister in Chicago - no, not Farrakan - the other one.

  7. Adrienne:

    ... Even the Vatican weighing in?? How goofy is that?

    The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue is doing it's job, Adrienne. In its public statement the council didn't mince words, either.

    The council statement called the planned burning "outrageous and grave." It said that, "every religion has the right to expect that its sacred books, places of worship and symbols will be respected and protected."

    That is not "goofy."


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