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Published: Tuesday, June 24 2014 1:55 p.m. MDT

Updated: Monday, July 28 2014 10:52 a.m. MDT

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TheProudDuck
Newport Beach, CA

The PCUSA's decision was based in part on a previously-issued church document entitled "Unsettling Zionism," in which described Zionism as "Jewish supremacism."

The coiner of that charming phrase is one David Duke, a former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan and a vicious anti-Semite.

What in Hades is wrong with these people?!?

CylonesRus
sunamn, IN

It may be due to who rules Hades is the influences the idea to promote green energy (government promoted). Based on a track record, these people, if they pursue green energy, will end up with little or nor endowment. "Where there is no vision, the people perish ..." Proverbs 29.18

PS what is ironic, much of the green energy comes from land where food was raised, now is converted to fuel, which is a totally inefficient process and drives up food cost, and other products such as cotton, which will lead to starvation or depredation for the worlds poor including the poor here in the States. Finally, the toxic fumes from these fuels is ignored by the EPA (not being honest,thus the original point, of Hades)

Karen R.
Houston, TX

@ TheProudDuck

Do you mean to refer to "Zionism Unsettled"? I did not find the publication you refer to. I also did a word search of the Zionism Unsettled document and found no use of "Jewish supremacism” or even "supremacism." I don't think your comment is based on the actual document itself.

As for the subject of the article, if religions invest according to their values, then I would expect Evangelicals to invest heavily in the fossil fuel and weapons industries to hasten the Second Coming they're all so excited about.

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