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March 10, 2005

Nonsense from the Religious Left

From WorldNetDaily:

Calling economic injustice among the "gravest of sins," leaders of five mainline Protestant denominations known for left-leaning political activism called President Bush's new federal budget "unjust."

The church leaders, who say they represent 20 million followers, recalled the story from Luke's gospel of the rich man and Lazurus as they addressed reporters in Washington, D.C.

Leaders of the Episcopal Church USA, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Presbyterian Church (USA), United Church of Christ and United Methodist Church presented a joint statement that said, "In telling this story, Jesus makes clear that perpetrating economic injustice is among the gravest of sins."

Responding to the use of religion to influence political decisions, Liberals said...

Oh, I guess they said nothing. When Liberal “Christians” get politically involved Political Liberals say nothing. It's only when Conservative Christians exercise their rights as citizens that Liberals boil over in rage at the violation of the imaginary Constitutional Amendment they claim says something about the “separation of church and state.”

Now as for the self-proclaimed “mainstream” churches. They defend a system (socialism/Liberalism) that has been proven to entrap people into poverty, while criticizing efforts by the Bush administration to offer opportunities for people to escape poverty. The sinners are the leaders of these pretend churches who do works of evil and call it good.

Just out of curiosity...I wonder what the average salary of these “church leaders” is.

Posted by Jack Lewis at March 10, 2005 10:58 AM

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