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Funny, I don't remember anything about board fights

by Ziks511 / July 3, 2011 1:50 PM PDT

in the new Testament.


"GARDEN GROVE, Calif. - The Rev. Robert H. Schuller has been voted off the board of Crystal Cathedral Ministries, the church he founded more than 50 years ago, the pioneering televangelist's son said Sunday.Schuller wanted to enlarge the ministry's board of directors but members voted him off instead, said Robert A. Schuller, who was his father's designated successor but himself was ousted from the church by family members in 2008."

"Robert H. Schuller has been at odds about the church's direction with his two daughters, including Sheila Schuller Coleman, who has served as senior pastor since 2008. The church has seen a host of problems since then, including succession fights, dwindling attendance and most recently bankruptcy brought on by massive debts.

"The church has submitted a plan in which its campus and famous, glass-spired sanctuary will be sold to a real estate investment group for $47 million, then leased back to the church for services."



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(NT) It's a church in name only
by James Denison / July 3, 2011 2:15 PM PDT
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It's a business and not a church
by Steven Haninger / July 3, 2011 8:04 PM PDT

About the only think one could hope is that it will cause a few to stay in touch with the teachings of Jesus and eventually notice that they are being flim-flammed....something Jesus would not do.

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All the huge churches are businesses more than places of
by Ziks511 / July 4, 2011 2:31 AM PDT

worship, that includes the RC Church. Why do you think one of their financial people ended up hanging from London Bridge.

Interestingly the Main Line Churches suffering from low turnouts, are now being supported from Head Office, but continue to offer as many services as they can.


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Tell me;
by James Denison / July 4, 2011 2:41 AM PDT

Since you imply you know;

"Why do you think one of their financial people ended up hanging from London Bridge"?

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and you consider this comment
"Why do you think one of their financial people ended up hanging from London Bridge.

to be valid enough evidence to support that statement? I've not seen this incident in any recent news so presume you're speaking of some long ago event that may or may not have a reason to validate your claim....and certainly not in the world today. There are people remain under the influence of hatred for events that happened long before they were born and could have any real understanding of why they occurred. What poisoned them is something I don't know but wish we'd find a cure for.
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Is this it?
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Yep, Calvi.
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / July 4, 2011 5:36 AM PDT
In reply to: Is this it?

Suspicions of Mafia involvement with the Vatican at that time, but nothing much ever came of it. The suspicion here was that the Vatican suppressed any investigation, but that was only allegations, nothing proved.

And as we know, the Mafia does "business"! Wink


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