Dr. Michael L. Ford
8 March 2007
Question: Why would a lifelong Roman Catholic, who was an altar boy, suddenly convert to Episcopalian in the midst of continuing scandal?
Answer: The Catholics have been embarrassed enough by perverts in its ranks and the Episcopalians have turned their institution into a home for them.
Jim McGreevey, who resigned as New Jersey governor in 2004 is teaching ethics at Kean University located in the state he once governed. Imagine this, the man who was carrying on as a sodomite while married to two different women and having children by them is somehow qualified in their institution to teach ethics.
If that is not enough, he has entered St. Bartholomew’s Church in Manhattan as a proselyte, skipped the “discernment phase” coming before entrance into seminary according to normal Episcopal polity, and enrolled in the Episcopal Church’s General Theological Seminary in New York Master of Divinity program. I have not been able to find any credentials qualifying him for acceptance into such a program either. But then, the Episcopal Church is led by a woman whose expertise is in marine biology!
The Episcopal Church needs converts to offset the dribble of people who began leaving them when they started ordaining women that has now turned into a flood after the ordination of its first homosexual bishop. Its calls for gay friendliness has convinced more and more people that the Episcopal Church is not a safe haven for people who believe in the Bible as the final authority for faith and practice.
A customer waiting in McGreevey’s old barbershop said he thought the ex-gov should be lobotomized. I think the Episcopal Church is in the process of lobo-timizing him. Lobo is the Spanish word for wolf. It is a good thing that the Episcopal Church membership is mainly over age 60, because he is about to be turned loose as a predator among them. He has already described he has the capacity to be a ravening lobo, after the biblical definition. I do not think we have heard the last of him.
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