The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America recently joined highly controversial political activist Rev. Al Sharpton for his march in Washington. The ELCA advocacy group even bragged about it saying,
“Lutheran response to police violence issues
Last month, Lutherans helped take action on police violence by encouraging the Senate to pass the Death in Custody Reporting Act. The successfully passed act will require law enforcement agencies to report all deaths of people held in police custody to the Department of Justice, serving to improve transparency and local accountability. ELCA Advocacy also supported Lutherans in the Justice for All March in D.C. on Dec. 13. The march, organized by the Rev. Al Sharpton, protested police violence against men of color. Our office organized dozens of Lutherans, including passionate lay people, young seminarians, and ELCA pastors from D.C. and New York. Lutheran attendees held a small vigil at Luther Place Memorial Church before joining the march on the Capitol.” (read here)
This is how members' hard-earned dollars, given to the ELCA, are spent.
Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.
1 Thessalonians 5:21
Former ELCA seminary student and former ELCA member who is fed up with the ELCA's consistent mockery of God's Word.
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