Muslims, Episcopalians, and Diversity...

Muslims, Episcopalians, and Diversity Dreams

There are 2 comments on the The American Spectator story from Dec 7, 2012, titled Muslims, Episcopalians, and Diversity Dreams. In it, The American Spectator reports that:

On December 15 the Muslim Public Affairs Council will have its annual convention at All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena, a prominent liberal parish within the increasingly liberal Episcopal denomination.

Last week a younger writer on national security issues named Ryan Mauro penned a column critical of MPAC's radical connections in its past and questioned the church's wisdom in hosting it ...

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“... truth will out.”

Since: May 08

Stratford, Connecticut.

#1 Dec 7, 2012
from The American Spectator:

"In his original story, Mauro recounted that MPAC was founded by two brothers who had been active with the Muslim Brotherhood. One of the brothers, Maher Hathout, is still alive and active with MPAC, even joining the December 6 press conference at the church, where he affirmed his past history with the Muslim Brotherhood. Mauro quoted several MPAC personalities who over the years have praised Hamas and Hezbollah ...

"One All Saints Episcopal Church member told Huffington Post that he chose the church 'because of their belief that everyone deserves love and respect no matter your political agenda, age, race, sexual orientation, religion or creed.' The church's ultra-egalitarian agenda, with strong emphasis on gender and sexual liberation, is starkly at odds with nearly all of Islam, much less the more extreme Islam that some MPAC officials are accused by critics of abetting."

Doesn't seem to make any sense, does it?
Listen to the Word

Bullhead City, AZ

#2 Dec 8, 2012
"Wisdom" and TEC do not go together.

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