Occupiers Wear Out Welcome at NY Churches

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It seems that no matter where they lurk, occupiers are wearing out their welcome.  The latest comes from NY City, where at least two churches were allowing occupiers to camp there at night.  FOX News has the predictable results…

  There’s no longer room at the inn at a Manhattan church that’s sheltering Occupy Wall Streeters after a holy vessel disappeared from the altar last week.

When the Rev. Bob Brashear prepared for Sunday services at West Park Presbyterian Church on West 86th Street, he noticed parts of the bronze baptismal font were gone.

In a fire-and-brimstone message to occupiers later that day, he thundered, “It was like pissing on the 99 percent.”

In Brooklyn, at another church housing OWS protesters, an occupier urinated on a cross, according to Rabbi Chaim Gruber, who has angrily abandoned the OWS movement.

In a letter last week to OWS obtained by The Post, the rabbi fumed, “The Park Slope church housing occupiers was desecrated when an occupier peed inside the building and the pee came into contact with a cross.”

It is important to note that, according to the FOX story, Rev. Brashear found part of the baptismal font in a small room connected to the church.

It has always amazed my that any Christian entity would openly cooperate with Occupy, or any other Marxist movement.   Since Marxism is inherently Godless, and is based on theft and complete subjugation of the populace, it makes little sense that churches would ally with them, or host them.  Of course, the pastors of the two churches mentioned in the story, learned the hard way, that the occupiers are exactly what we’ve been saying that they are.  And, they are behaving exactly as we have predicted.

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  • My take is that there are a lot of clergy who really aren’t all that intelligent. They’ve received highly slanted interpretations of the Gospel and the meaning of Christianity…and they tend to reflexively assume that anyone who simply claims “we want to stand for the poor and oppressed against the rich” must surely be on the side of the angels.

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