Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Sometimes two wrongs do make a right

I hate to say it, but I gotta side with the Muslims against the Lutherans on this one.

The "inclusive" crowd is quite often the most intolerant group of all. Rather than politely yield to the sensitivities of the Muslims, they decided to adopt the "my way or the highway" stance. Of course, it's ironically funny because the whole thing was set up in the name of "interfaith understanding." I guess the halftime group hug and performance of Kum Ba Yah will have to wait till next year. This is the same thing this faction has done to faithful pastors and laypeople in Sweden. The "tolerant" crowd that runs the Church refuses to make allowances for anyone whose conscience doesn't approve of women clergy - (though they are in the minority, they do constitute a sizeable percentage of the Church). Similarly, in Finland, some faithful Lutheran pastors are even being threatened with jail time - unless they march in lockstep with the "sensitive" mob. "Do things our way," say the tolerazis, "and nobody gets hurt."

How tolerant. How sensitive. Nothing like a totalitiarian in fuzzy pink slippers.

Nothing will wipe that phony, plastic smile off the face of a happy-clappy left-wing extremist faster than a "refusenik" who actually believes in the Bible. The mask comes off, and the true, ugly, hateful scowl of the "inclusive" type is exposed for all to see.

If you want to see how "tolerant" and "sensitive" the "tolerant" and "sensitive" folks really are, check out their reaction to the death of Rev. Jerry Falwell.


Carol said...


You visit Fark, too?! I'm MadTheologian.

Steven G. said...

I second that LOL.