Imam denigrates Christians at Presbyterian meet?

From Robert Spencer at PJ Media

The Presbyterian Church (USA) — one of the nation’s foremost mainline Protestant churches and the largest Presbyterian body in the country — recently convened in Portland, Oregon, for its 222nd General Assembly. Its “first order of business” was to commemorate the victims of the Orlando jihad massacre at the Pulse nightclub, as well as those killed last year at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

The assembled Presbyterians no doubt thought they were being wonderfully open-minded and ecumenical: a Muslim praying to Allah and invoking Muhammad as a prophet at their General Assembly right after the Orlando jihad massacre! Had there been a more thrilling demonstration of fashionable leftism anywhere since members of the Black Panthers attended upscale dinner parties in the late ’60s?

While the happy Presbyterians were congratulating themselves on their edginess and willingness to stand up to The Man, they didn’t realize that Wajdi Said was not offering a universal prayer of interfaith harmony.

He was actually openly proselytizing for Islam — and denigrating Christianity. More.

Reality check: Right. So? The Presbyterians are a pro-abortion church and will soon have no Sunday schools. Most of us would rather they went out by graying rather than by assisted suicide or violence, but time will tell.

See also: Some thoughts on the extinction of the Anglican Church of Canada

  • Eric MacLeod

    Hi Denyse – Just to be clear to your predominately Canadian readership, these heresies are committed by the Presbyterian Church USA. (PCUSA) not the Presbyterian Church in Canada (PCC). PCC does not condone murder of the unborn. It does not bless gay marriage and non celebate gays, although as welcome as any other kind of sinner, can not be ordained as ministers. Now mind you, the last two points will probably be voted upon next year at our own General Assembly. They will probably be voted down. Cheers, Eric