If Clete Kiley really believes that his deity is wise, then why would he question his deity’s act of delivery of special wealth to the United States, while keeping other nations poor? Is Kiley asking Congress to overrule the Christian deity’s work, or just to clean up the mess that deity made?
Even if we accept the excuse that God sometimes says “no” to prayer, it means that God wants the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington to go bankrupt.
When Thomas Muthee first visited Alaska, Sarah Palin, hearing of Muthee’s witch-fighting prowess, asked Muthee to pray over her to give her the power to become Governor of Alaska. Just a few weeks ago, Palin said that it was this magical ceremony that enabled her to become Governor. Does the USA want to send someone who believes in witches and the divine appointment of rulers to the White House? Isn’t this all just too medieval for the 21st century?
You know, when George W. Bush declared on July 9, 2004 that “God speaks through me,” we gave him a hard time for it, as well we should have. History is littered with the debris of disasters made by leaders who considered themselves instruments of