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Well, the Episcopalians Did It Again

DHE Wrote: Jul 15, 2012 8:56 AM
The comments to my comment below, are sadly, exactly what I expected. But, they are why I bother to write on TH at all. Not to persuade those who are unpersuadable, but to give a lift to those who despair that there is no moderation or tolerance in the world. Thanks for the insult annfan. I will add it to my list. If you want to know what Leviticus has to do with the article, you will have to read it. Peace.
inkling_revival Wrote: Jul 15, 2012 9:22 AM
I thought Betthovens10th's reply to your earlier post was right on the mark, and far more lucid than your post.

For the record, you actually provided no reason why anybody should doubt Yousef's take, you just uttered a few, airy proverbs, waved casually in the direction of a possible application, and proclaimed yourself enlightened. Perhaps you'd get a better response if you actually argued something.

Start here: Jesus' denunciation of sin was sometimes gentle, but other times harsh. What is your basis for applying the gentle to the Episcopal Church and its errors, rather than the harsh?

Episcopalian leaders continue to guide their denomination into the abyss—and no doubt, the Presbyterians (PCUSA) will soon follow.

As reported in the Huffington Post, the Episcopal denomination’s General Convention voted this week to make it illegal to “discriminate against anyone.” Specifically, that means it is now illegal to “. . . bar from the priesthood people who were born into one gender and live as another or who do not identify themselves as male or female.”

Readers of my columns and other pieces may remember my prediction that this fast train into the pit would not stop just...