South Carolina Episcopalians take fight to court

Tuesday Jul 8 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Daily Journal

ST. GEORGE, South Carolina - About 50 conservative Episcopal churches in South Carolina are in court this week, trying to keep their name, seal and $500 million in land and buildings after they broke away from the national denomination in a wide-ranging theological dispute.

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Listen to the Word

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Since the Bible disagrees with them, TEC goes running to the godless courts. The godless are sure to agree with TEC.
Robin Hood

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Since the Bible disagrees with them, TEC goes running to the godless courts. The godless are sure to agree with TEC.
Its not rocket science
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All they have to do is check county property deeds for names to reveal who owns the various properties
Wholly Silicon Wafer

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Since the Bible disagrees with them, TEC goes running to the godless courts. The godless are sure to agree with TEC.
Go and bar those who covet unrepentantly from marriage and then we'll know you don't simply have a deep seated hatred for sexual minorities, you homophobic freeek. Amen.

By the way, this isn't a theocracy. A court of law is where little trifles like ownership get determined.

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Since the Bible disagrees with them, TEC goes running to the godless courts. The godless are sure to agree with TEC.
LOL!!!.... The Bible does not disagree with them.

But, if the "godless courts" actually do reach an opinion and final decision agreeing with and in favor of TEC, then the "godless courts" will have reached a "Godly" decision.

Then, the Courts will be properly seen as not further advocating or upholding institutionalized hypocritical bigotry. They will instead be seen as upholding the Constitution and the rights of the ultimate minority: the minority for which it was written, elevating the legal status and freedom of the individual citizen's rights under the Rule of Law.

Tsk, tsk. Such an ungodly thing, after all!

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