Thursday, January 12, 2017


If the mainline churches ever wonder why their numbers are diminishing it might have to do with what they preach and how they preach it. It's interesting that they increased for centuries right up until the collapse of western civilization in the 1960s. I would say this Scottish church takes the biscuit if it wasn't for that little protestant church in Canada who support their athiest pastor in her attempt to remain their minister of the faith. 4 of 19 voted to let her stay as an ordained minister of the United Church of Canada. I love the quibble:

In challenging Vosper’s suitability for ministry, the church took the unprecedented step of asking itself whether there is a line. The majority of the 23-member review decided she has crossed it.
That's funny. When I was a boy there were these ever so bright lines and one knew the boundaries and the path to hell was paved with good intentions. Nowadays, ministers and priests appear to approve and support child rape and molestation and couldn't find a boundary if it was a 10 mile high wall in their path. I'm rather surprised at the Toronto Review Committee. I would not have thought they had it in them. Of course, 4 of them don't.

I see that somebody has deleted the video that came with the first link. Too bad. It was all good intentions all around.

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