Skip to comments.Episcopal Church Slavery Apology and Repartions Payments
Posted on 04/22/2006 7:36:30 PM PDT by SimmerSaint
The June triennial gathering of the Episcopal Church will be asked to consider resolutions concerning slavery and racial reconciliation; studying the "complicity" of the church in the institution of slavery and how "recompense" can be made to its victims; and the endorsement of restorative justice as a "fresh means" of achieving "wholeness" in the church.
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Oh NO!! They just never stop.
There is no depth to which these sorry Apostate Bastards will not descend to.
They have destroyed a Church I once loved.
Take a look- here they are in all their Social Justice glory- http://www.ecusa.anglican.org/social-justice_9203_ENG_HTM.htm?menupage=5383
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If one's Episcopalian ancestors fought for the Union in the Civil War, is one exempt from reparations? What foolish piffle!
This is a steaming pile. The call to repent or resign is a correct one.
Sounds like one more reason for Episcopals to leave their wallet at home when they go to church.
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