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Greg Brewer
As a bishop in the Episcopal Church, and an American citizen, I am shaken watching protestors in Lafayette Park gassed and cleared so that the President of the United States can do a photo op in front of St. John's Episcopal Church holding a Bible.This is blasphemy in real time.
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Greg Brewer Jun 2
Replying to @constancehammon
So very grateful for prayers. All of us who are broken sinners yet redeemed by Christ need all the prayers we can get. Thank you.
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Dave Dexter Jun 2
Even as a non-believer, that was pretty good.
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Greg Brewer Jun 2
Actually, as a bishop it is my call to make and my responsibility to speak up.
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DT Jun 2
Oh no I was supporting you with my comment.
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Chris Green Jun 1
Replying to @revgregbrewer
I cannot believe it. I saw it. I cannot believe it.
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cнυcĸ degroaт Jun 1
Replying to @revgregbrewer
Amen, Bishop Brewer.
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Geoffrey Thomas Jun 1
How do we get the Church to withhold the sacraments from all involved until they do meaningful penance, starting with demilitarizing their department?
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Vindalf Dwarf Jun 1
I'm afraid that only works on people who: A) have a soul B) have a conscience; and C) care about either
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Melodie Woerman Jun 1
Replying to @revgregbrewer
Amen.
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Josh Fenton-Glynn Jun 1
Thanks for speaking up. I feel he’s not reas some key passages
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