Christopher000 wrote: "...but I am a Catholic" ð¡
You should have also quoted that I stated "a lousy Catholic though". I am also a Baptist as I was Baptized via immersion in that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings. Yesterday was week 3 of membership preparation class with Pastor Steve at that Baptist Church. 7 more weeks to go until I will be ready to become a member of that Baptist Church. Then on a Sunday during worship I will stand before the congregation and give my testimony on how I became saved and that I was Baptized via immersion as a public profession of faith that I surrendered my life to Christ and trust entirely in Him alone for salvation. Then the congregation and the Elders will vote on my becoming a member of that Baptist Church.
Wayfarer Pilgrim wrote: So she killed someone and is now dictating terms of her imprisonment. Why didn't Kansas exercise their free will to execute her for murder?
The reason why she was not imposed the death penalty might be because she probably was not convicted of first degree homicide(which the death penalty is reserved for) but was probably convicted of second degree homicide.
But the precipitous decline in attendance at liberal Episcopal parishes will not make them change their policies to be against abortion, fruitcakeness and every other liberal insane belief in order to reverse the decline in attendance because liberals love sin.