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Well, the Episcopalians Did It Again

Hatred? How so? If you mean we believe the Bible and God's word completely regarding SIN that's not hate. If it's because you are a devotee of homosexual SIN, it's not HATE. I would say a lot of it is pity for a lost soul. I have an adopted son who was raised as a Christian from the age of 9 months when he joined our family. (I'd left the Episcopal church a few years after marriage to a conservative Lutheran; neither of us are members of those denominations today because we each hungered for more of God). He was SEDUCED by an older homosexual at the age of 14 (the Seducer had been 15 when he was's called recruitment), we made it very clear we abhorred his SIN. He refused to follow house rules and left home at 18 and
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Jul 15, 2012 1:41 PM
came back and confessed. He left the family for 20 years and came home about five years ago after years of drug abuse, alcoholism, perverted sex and suicide attempts, one we know for sure about. He demanded early one we accept his life, we never did and let him we loved him but HATED his SIN.

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...