Sunday, July 18, 2004

Presbyterians Side With "Palestinians"

Isn't this beautiful? The Presbyterian Church, a large Protestant denomination, has decided upon siding with the "Palestinian" Arabs. After all, becoming comrades with those who blow up pizzerias and discotheques with nail-bombs, and gun down women and children intentionally, just makes sense, doesn't it? To my knowledge, this is the first Christian denomination to band together in favor of a terrorist organization's demands.

UPDATE: I was informed that this story refers to the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., only one of many sub-denominations within the Presbyterian Church, and the most liberal one, at that.  Of course, all Presbyterians do not agree with the above decision.


Anonymous said...

That's the Presbyterian Church,USA(PCUSA). Not to be confused with the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) or The Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC),of which I am a member. The PCUSA is so liberal as to be almost apostate, if they aren't already.

Wes said...

Thank you for that clarification. I should have thought of it. I was raised Southern Baptist, but the Baptist Church has many subgroups. Apologies for any unintended offense.

By the way, next time, sign yer name, so I'll know who I'm thanking. :-)

Anonymous said...

Sorry for the Anonymous comment Wes; I haven't figured out how to sign.
Joe K.

Wes said...

No prob, Joe. Until I get my comments section worked out better, here's what to do:

1. sign in anonymously, like you did.

2. Just sign your name at the end of your comments, and there ya go.

Hopefully, I'll be able to streamline my comments section, later, to make it easier.