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Every denomination needs one of these...

Fair minded but boring

Sunday, March 02, 2008

The Hartford Courant has another columnist piping in on the IRS investigation of the United Church of Christ and this site gets mentioned. I think this is a compliment, but I'm not sure:
Actually, the complaint was most likely filed by the guy who runs "UCC Truths," an organization and website for lapsed UCCers, heretics who dissent from the church's leadership and publish items such as "UCC Hierarchy Uses Neurosurgically Altered Monkeys to Make Cheap Sensible Shoes." Actually, no, they don't. UCC Truths is easily the most fair-minded and polite and boring apostate group in the history of religious dissent. It says on the website: "Any employee of the UCC national office or leaders of any of the UCC Conferences are welcome to submit their own commentary which will be posted, unedited, at the top of the site, at any time." If Martin Luther had been a Congregationalist, he would have nailed the "95 Other Possible Ways of Looking at Things" to the church door in Wittenberg.
That's actually pretty funny. Boring? Yes, but I really don't know how I could make this stuff any more exciting.

And before anyone gets carried away, I didn't file the complaint but this site has certainly been the most visable on raising the issue.
posted by UCCtruths, Sunday, March 02, 2008


James. THIS GUY should head up the UCC News Room. The complete article is really funny stuff.
commented by Blogger William Brandes, 6:44 PM  

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