Challenging Church Compassion – 04: Lying Priest

Challenging Church Compassion – 04: Lying Priest

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A Priest of God or a Priest of Satan? – Continued

Let’s go on and see what else this priest says and teaches:

“He has told farming parishioners it is okay to lie about whether their wool comes from mulesed sheep, so prices are not forced down by sanctions driven by PETA which boasts 1.8 million members who believe animals are not supposed to be eaten, worn or used for entertainment.”

“You can lie when an unjust organisation imposes sanctions or threats,” said Fr. MacAndrew, who invoked the right of equivocation, where a person omits or misleads to protect the attack on their beliefs.

“PETA is dark, it’s the occult.”

Let’s stop here for another minute and see what the Bible really teaches us about lying.

Proverbs 14:5
A faithful witness will not lie,
But a false witness speaks lies.

So, by his own words Mick MacAndrew declares he is a false witness by advocating lying; thus, can we believe anything he says?

Proverbs 14:25
A truthful witness saves lives,
But he who speaks lies is treacherous.

We also know that Mick MacAndrew and those who follow him are treacherous to the animals and lead people astray by countering the Bible by saying that it is okay to lie.

John 8:44
“You are of your father the devil, and you want to do the desires of your father. He was a murderer from the beginning, and does not stand in the truth, because there is no truth in him. Whenever he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own nature; for he is a liar, and the father of lies.

This sure seems to describe Mick MacAndrew, doesn’t it?

Revelation 21:8
“But for the cowardly and unbelieving and abominable and murderers and immoral persons and sorcerers and idolaters and all liars, their part will be in the lake that burns with fire and brimstone, which is the second death.”

By his own words Mick MacAndrew is condemning himself and his followers, who lie with him, to the lake of fire.

The church needs to wake up to what their religious leaders are saying and doing, and the damage they are causing. Such hard of heart teaching also chases sensitive Godly people away from the church.

Go on to: Challenging Church Compassion – 05: Church Silence

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One Response to Challenging Church Compassion – 04: Lying Priest

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    zigzzagz October 1, 2015 at 9:46 am #

    I have to say I agree with the priest. Why don’t you take a look at PETA exposed on youtube and see just how ethical these people actually are. I don’t believe PETA has the right to influence the price of wool with it’s obsessive practices, so I have to say the priest is correct, wool is wool and should not be marked except for quality. Call it a lie or a sin of omission if you will but I think it’s the right thing to do.
    You talk about the cruelty of the removal of flesh at the flank to prevent flesh eating parasites? Well myself I think you have to be cruel to be kind sometimes. I know I’d rather have skin taken off my arse than be eaten by flesh eating parasites from the anus outwards such as they do. God gave us animals for their flesh to feed us, and their skin to clothe us. I do though disagree with animal husbandry practices which restrict an animals movement in a small pen for fattening such as calves and chickens, and any animal testing which can be done other ways but am fine with fur. Jesus and his disciples ate fish and meat and wore leather for certain in shoes and sandals so I can’t really see how you can say it is biblically wrong and I’ve seen your quotes so you needn’t come back with a bunch. I believe it refers to unnecessary cruelty such as driving your donkey past it’s physical abilities, or not providing rest and water in the heat of the day. If meat and leather and beasts of burden were religiously unsound in terms of Christianity I don’t believe Jesus would have engaged in the use of them and it’s pretty hard to argue otherwise.

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