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The “un-catholic” church must be broken up
Paul Joseph Watson
November 7, 2013
Rev. Jim Wallis, who helped organize a church-wide prayer rally against “proper” sexuality regulation, is no stranger to controversy.
In 2009 Wallis penned a Wallis, who helped organize a church-wide prayer rally against “proper” sexuality regulation, is no stranger to controversy.In 2009 Wallis penned a scathing op-ed for LifeSiteNews titled “The Great Apostasy in the Church.” The piece contained numerous inaccurate statements and accusations against various Christian preachers and “progressive” Christians, as well as the usual scare tactics about the “radical” homosexual agenda.
Last weekend, the pastor also penned an opinion piece in the local newspaper, The Daily Gazette, in which he again claimed that Christians should be “un-catholic”:
“Un-catholic” churches are nothing new, of course. They had been part of the culture long before the homosexual agenda took control. However, there was never a time when those “un-catholics” were not in the spotlight of the media, the pulpit or even within the Bible itself.
In his letter, Wallis also attacks “progressive evangelicals.” This new wave of “Progressive” Christians — not to be confused with the so-called “Christian” conservatives who have been increasingly represented in the media in recent years — is “more tolerant” of homosexuals and gays. They “will not attack the Bible,” and they “are very good to gays.” The “Progressive” Christians, he writes, “make an effort to be accepting to homosexuals.”
Wallis writes that these “progressive Christians” must be “broken up.” But then he adds that the new wave of progressives who are “being un-catholic” (which is not to be confused with “progressive”) are also dangerous:
They are more tolerant of homosexuals. They have more respect for homosexuals. They are more likely to be on the other side of the fence when it comes to gay rights.
If being “un-catholic” refers to non-Christian people, then how can Christian culture be “conservative”? When evangelical Christian culture is “progressive” and secular humanists are “radical,” then how is it conservative?
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