May 6, 2005

Minister ex-communicates members for not backing Bush

A Minister kick out members of the Church for not supporting Bush, then claim this actions were not politically motivated.

The minister of a Haywood County Baptist church is telling members of his congregation that if they're Democrats, they either need to find another place of worship or support President Bush.

Already, the Reverend Chan Chandler has ex-communicated nine members of East Waynesville Baptist Church. Another 40 members have left in protest.

During last Sunday's sermon, he acknowledged that church members were upset because he named people, and he says he'll do it again because he has to according to the word of God.

Chandler could not be reached for comment today, but says his actions weren't politically motivated.
Go read more about this at georgia10 dairy at Daily Kos.

Reverend Chan Chandler said they had to repent and agree to vote Republican. 40 other members resigned in protest.

This is scary, the extremist religious right want to purge liberals from all parts of American society. They want to impose a theocracy upon this great nation and the Republican party is willing to act as their political puppets in Washington D.C.


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