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    • politicaljules
    • 22.10.12 | 02:30 (IST)

    The majority of Christians strongly support Israel and the Jewish faith here in America. Perhaps these four leaders pretending to speak for Christians need a dose of their own liberal medicine. I think Christians should demand the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America's Presiding Bishop, Mark Hanson, Gradye Parsons, from the Presbyterian Church, Rosemarie Wenner, the United Methodist Council of Bishops' president, and Peg Birk, of the National Council of Churches, get a call from the IRS. Perhaps these Protestant organizations need to be threatened with losing their tax exempt status by the IRS for speaking out on political issues. Ive seen several Protestant churches that celebrate Social justice, and those above are no exception. It becomes a haven for the religious liberal. Which is ok because at least there is a place to find G-d for them too. However, it is nothing new. The left knows how to use religion against their enemies.

    from the article: Jewish groups pull out of interfaith dialogue after call to suspend U.S. aid to Israel
    First published 09:12 18.10.12 | Last updated 09:12 18.10.12
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