Comments:Evangelist minister and Islam critic charged with arson in Alabama
what a crock
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There they go again. The main stream media (msm) is once again writing slurs againsy an upright christian. How dare you cast stones at a christian minister. We all know that the evil Islamofascists are everywhere and most likely put those tax records in a barbeque that the good minister was trying to start. Dam you, Bin Laden!
First off, I hate the phrase "Bin Laden" being thrown around. Osama should be ashamed for tarnishing his family name. Second, there are many who claim the name of Christ yet do not follow His teachings. This goes back to the very beginning of Christianity, when their where many Jews and Gentiles alike who claimed to follow Him yet tried to compromise His teachings. Just look at the apostle Paul's letters. --QUINTIX - (talk) 02:00, 4 May 2008 (UTC)
- "Comments on this page do not need to adhere to the Neutral Point of View policy, however please remain on topic and try to avoid swearing, offensive or inflammatory comments." To say the actions of one reflects all those in a country, a lrage country at that is IMO quite offensive, thats guilt by association on steriods, guilt by living in the same country.--Ryan524 - (talk) 01:57, 6 May 2008 (UTC)
It is really sad.
It is really sad to a man of his stature fall to such grievous conditions. As a people of God, I think we should we pray that although I'm sure that if he did it, that the people may have forgiveness in their hearts that he may never do it again.