Bitter much?

Via Merry Christmas from the Episcopal Church, the Episcopals rejoice over selling a building for $50,000 to Muslims instead of for $150,000 to Bible-believing Christians.

“I’ve had two principles throughout this,” Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori told NPR earlier this year when speaking about Episcopal property battles. “One, that the church receive a reasonable approximation of fair market value for assets that are disposed of; and, second, that we not be in the business of setting up competitors that want to either destroy or replace the Episcopal Church.”

Oh, she has principles all right.  Straight from Satan.  Run, don’t walk, from denominations with leaders like her.  She thinks Bible-believers are her enemies but Islam isn’t!

11 thoughts on “Bitter much?

  1. Hurray for them. The paths are many, after all. And if I recall they NPR interview correctly, the “bible-believing Christians” planned to tear the building down and not use it for any type of worship. The Muslims needed a place to worship and didn’t have a lot of funds. The Episcopalians saw it as an act of Christian charity. On the other hand, If your faith can’t stand a little competition, it’s not much of a faith, now is it?

    • Hurray for them. The paths are many, after all.

      Yes, there are many paths. All but one go to Hell. Anyone teaching otherwise is not a Christian. I hope you change your path and stop deceiving others.

      The Muslims needed a place to worship and didn’t have a lot of funds. The Episcopalians saw it as an act of Christian charity.

      That is not true. They claimed to be selling it for a reasonable price. And funding false religions who have an agenda to destroy real Christians is the opposite of Christian charity. Muslims are spectacularly well funded. They don’t need charity.

      On the other hand, If your faith can’t stand a little competition, it’s not much of a faith, now is it?

      That is fallacious. We know there will be competition and love the opportunity to express the truths of Christianity in the public square and to explain why other belief systems, such as yours, are false. You equivocate badly on the word “competition.” It isn’t competition when your false teaching denomination sells out to Muslims.

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