Saturday, April 11, 2020

Looking at this Conflict, by the Numbers



As of this writing, our online petition has 7,723 signers. Here are some data to put that number in perspective:
  • Based on the most recent data available, signatures equal 36.67% of the diocese of Virginia’s average Sunday attendance.
  • Using the same statistics, which are provided by the national church, signatures equal 11.21% of total diocesan membership.
Similarly, this blog has been seen 150,780 times as of today. That’s 118.83 percent of total diocesan membership.

Social media hits, at well over 2 million, exceed total membership in the Episcopal Church by at least 9 percent.

Of course, egged on by perjuring priest Bob Malm and his narrative, folks at Grace Church ranging from Teresa Preston, to Kemp Williams, to Eric Waskowiscz, to the Princess Porcine Lisa Medley, to Amy “Middle Finger” Medrick do everything from suggest that I’m mentally ill, to making obscene gestures.

But no one has yet to show me a single shred of evidence to support Bob Malm’s perjurious claim that Mom, or someone claiming to be her, contacted him repeatedly and no-showed. Nor has anyone at Grace Church explained how their conduct comports with their professed beliefs, including the part in the baptismal covenant that talks about “respecting the dignity of every human being.”

So Malm can gas on all he wants about how Jesus came to show us a new way to love, but as Jesus himself said, “By their fruits you shall know them.”

My view is that if this is their faith in action, folks in The Episcopal Church can keep it. No thanks.

In the meantime, people need to know this is how Grace Church, perjuring priest Bob Malm, and The Episcopal Church roll.

Caveat emptor!

The Decline of The Episcopal Church