Chewie thanks Phoenix New Times


Thanks to the efforts of the Phoenix New Times, a policy of prohibiting Bible Studies at the Dept. of Revenue state cafeteria has now been reversed. New Times also got it confirmed that the Dept. of Economic Security cafeteria would not ban them either, which is helpful considering it is the larger cafeteria with marginally better food. Thanks for the extra work guys, didn’t mean to confuse the two and give you extra work.

We’ll leave it to our readers to decide whether some Christians who wanted to hold a Bible Study were lying, or whether it was the DOR employees who would get in trouble if they admitted denying them.

We got what we wanted, to permit Bible Studies, and the Alliance Defense Fund is probably also grateful to the New Times since they won’t need to get involved. Maybe the New Times might like to attend Bible Study after all that effort helping it? Might do them some good.


Comments

  1. “We’ll leave it to our readers to decide whether some Christians who wanted to hold a Bible Study were lying…”

    Well to answer that, what kind of Christians are we talking about here? Were they like Ted Haggard-type Christians to whom lying is second nature, ’cause you know, that might influence my decision.

    “…or whether it was the DOR employees who would get in trouble if they admitted denying them.”

    And just think of the trouble they’re in now that the secret coven of lunch ladies has been discovered.

    “Alliance Defense Fund is probably also grateful to the New Times since they won’t need to get involved.”

    Yeah, I’m sure the ADF is thrilled they won’t get all that free media time.

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