New Episcopal bishop's debut: Marching for Trayvon

Mar 29, 2012 | Posted by: Selecia Jones- JAX FL | Full story: www.orlandosentinel.com

Two days after he was consecrated as bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida, Gregory Brewer was marching Monday with the crowd demanding justice for Trayvon Martin.

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Now let's see if he also marches for justice for faithful former Episcopalians who lost their property and money to TEC after they left. It seems that Episcopalians support all who suffer moral and social injustice except their own former members. We all know what the courts do in these cases, but that makes it legal, not right. Let's see if the new bishop has a heart for the faithful who leave TEC, or if they are the only exception to his support in the face of moral and biblical injustice, if not legal injustice.

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Listen to the Word wrote:
Now let's see if he also marches for justice for faithful former Episcopalians who lost their property and money to TEC after they left. It seems that Episcopalians support all who suffer moral and social injustice except their own former members ...
"Selective outrage".

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Listen to the Word wrote:
Now let's see if he also marches for justice for faithful former Episcopalians who lost their property and money to TEC after they left. It seems that Episcopalians support all who suffer moral and social injustice except their own former members. We all know what the courts do in these cases, but that makes it legal, not right. Let's see if the new bishop has a heart for the faithful who leave TEC, or if they are the only exception to his support in the face of moral and biblical injustice, if not legal injustice.
They didn't lose anything...they STOLE it and the courts told them to give it back. Thou shalt not steal. The door is open and they are free to return. The Episcopal Church Welcomes You.

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Selecia Jones- JAX FL wrote:
<quoted text>They didn't lose anything...they STOLE it and the courts told them to give it back. Thou shalt not steal. The door is open and they are free to return. The Episcopal Church Welcomes You.
Let them spin away Sel. They don't get that every time they confront us the Spirit rescues us.

I thank them for constantly bring me closer to God and further away from hatred.

Although I'm sure that wasn't their intentions.

LOL..........

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Listen to the Word wrote:
Now let's see if he also marches for justice for faithful former Episcopalians who lost their property and money to TEC after they left. It seems that Episcopalians support all who suffer moral and social injustice except their own former members. We all know what the courts do in these cases, but that makes it legal, not right. Let's see if the new bishop has a heart for the faithful who leave TEC, or if they are the only exception to his support in the face of moral and biblical injustice, if not legal injustice.
Would you rather we follow those who leave and after a block or so shoot them?

Haven't you read, you shall not kill?

Tsk tsk..........
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11:42 am, Friday, March 30, 2012:
RE: New Episcopal bishop's debut: Marching for Trayvon
..... As I keep repeating, there should be a distinct boundary between matters of state and matters of religion. And clergy should not meddle in matters of state if they don't want politicians to meddle in matters of religion.
..... And, as I also keep repeating, by definition only those are Christians who follow a Christ's lifestyle and ONLY HIS teachings.

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Selecia Jones- JAX FL wrote:
... The door is open and they are free to return. The Episcopal Church Welcomes You.
Even after they disenfranchise you?
What hypocrisy!

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MiddleWay wrote:
... Haven't you read, you shall not kill?
Tsk tsk..........
No, because Rite 1 translates it as "Thou shalt do no murder".

Tsk tsk indeed.
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12:12 pm, Friday, March 30, 2012:
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..... Joe, It was "not kill", and changed later to "not murder". See, for example,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_commandments

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http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/...

To argue with a man who has denounced reason is like giving medicine to the dead. Thomas Payne....just for you Joe!

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QUITTNER wrote:
12:12 pm, Friday, March 30, 2012:
RE: New Episcopal bishop's debut: Marching for Trayvon
..... Joe, It was "not kill ...
... in the antiquated KJV, and later corrected in more modern Bible translations.

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Joe DeCaro wrote:
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... in the antiquated KJV, and later corrected in more modern Bible translations.
LOL!

They are in the TORAH, YOU SHALL NOT KILL.

Later corrected????

LMAO AGAIN!

Joline, you're killing me here!!!

Stop following Augustine and his excuses, rationalizations and justifications to kill!

GOD SAID YOU SHALL NOT KILL PERIOD!

Jesus said not to be ANGRY with your brother and you are ok with killing him.

Damned boy (that is what you are), are you EVER going to stop being a first class hypocrite?

Nah, why expect you to change now.

You've got till your last heart beat. I hope you know when that is and reconcile before then.....

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MiddleWay wrote:
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LOL!
They are in the TORAH, YOU SHALL NOT KILL.
Later corrected????
LMAO AGAIN!
Joline, you're killing me here!!!...
Speaking of killing, if the Torah states NOT to kill, why does God demand capital punishment for blasphemy and several other serious crimes?

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Joe DeCaro wrote:
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Speaking of killing, if the Torah states NOT to kill, why does God demand capital punishment for blasphemy and several other serious crimes?
Because their hearts were hard.

If you understood (or even read something besides Leviticus) the TORAH, the renewed Covenant will make much more sense to you..........

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MiddleWay wrote:
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Because their hearts were hard ....
That was in regards to the "death" of a marriage, not the deliberate end of a life.

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