Home / Church-State Issues / An Ex-Not-Quite-A-Jew, Not-Quite-A-Minister Doesn’t Like Guns
Print Friendly and PDF

An Ex-Not-Quite-A-Jew, Not-Quite-A-Minister Doesn’t Like Guns

Written by Gary North on May 14, 2016

On May 1, the Left’s favorite day of the year, the CBS News show, Sunday Morning, devoted a highly positive segment to a pro-life minister.

“What’s that?” you say. “Has the temperature in hell dropped 15 degrees? Centigrade?”

Not likely.

The segment was titled: “Christ or a Glock?” The Left is about as subtle as an electric cattle prod in the scrotum.

The man in question is an anti-gun minister.

Well, I guess he is a minister. He was introduced as “Reverend.” But we were never told what church he is a reverend in.

The segment emphasized that he is a converted Jew. In my experience, the leftist media do not do positive segments on Jews who become Christian ministers.

So, I looked him up. The Huffington Post tells us that “Schenck was raised in a culturally Jewish home.” I see. He was culturally Jewish. You know. As in “We don’t believe all that Torah stuff, but we occasionally attend a Reform synagogue on Yom Kippur.”

He runs something called Faith and Action. Its Alexa ranking is 5,086,319 internationally, and 733,780 in the United States. (Note: these numbers mean the site is invisible. GaryNorth.com, a subscription site, is ranked about 33,000 domestically. LewRockwell.com is ranked about 7,000.)

In short, he has no following. He has no influence. But he gets a segment on Sunday Morning. The producer wants the show’s mostly non-Christian liberal audience to think that “Christians are finally coming around to our way of thinking.” No, we aren’t.

(For the rest of my article, click the link.)

Continue Reading on www.garynorth.com

Print Friendly and PDF

Posting Policy:
We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse. Read more.

Comments are closed.