ELCA Pastor Has an Idea
In the wake of the recent New York City terrorist attack where a Muslim man drove a pickup truck into pedestrians yelling "Allahu Akbar" (which is common with Islamist attacks) we have this, from ELCA pastor Lura Groen:
11/3/2017 08:24:42 pm
So why go halfway in invoking and praising a "god" that isn't God? Let the ELCA syncretists intone piously: ""There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is his messenger."
11/4/2017 11:34:51 am
With a nod to the Westboro Baptists, Pr Lura Groen now wants to deride Christians with shouts of Allahu Akbar. Perhaps she will write a funeral liturgy for ISIS victims along that theme. She could even hold her grand premiere at the next June memorial for the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting -- yes, what better way to show her support for alternative sexualities, than with that ISIS motto of love and peace!
11/5/2017 07:24:59 pm
Here's what the Koran says about Christians:
11/7/2017 10:49:58 am
She's reaching back to the point that the word "Allah" is simply Arabic for "god." It is not the name of the god, but a direct translation. Now, given that Islam is a different religion, are there tacit or connotative differences between the Christian God and the Islamic god? Yeah, there are. It's not a good idea, but in her mind, she's not necessarily bringing Islam into the worship or saying it's equal to Christianity. But then again, she is ELCA so she could be.
Slade the Leveller
3/12/2018 07:54:08 am
"...are there tacit or connotative differences between the Christian God and the Islamic god?"
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