Mr. Preacherman, tear
down that cross!
"And now the religious themselves may, in a limited way, be coming to
understand the importance of non-violence. We hear more from the
pulpit about bridging the misunderstanding among religions. Some are
able to cross the once fortified boundaries of Faith and ethnicity to form
friendships across the world. There is greater social awareness relative
to the environment, and often can be seen great works in supporting
those in need.
"Are these the beginnings of profound changes in aggregate religion? Or
are they token gestures, intended to raise false hopes, or to strengthen
the divisive dogma without changing it? Change and openness would be
welcome as it would seem freedom and spirituality go together. The
incorporation of faiths can only strengthen the cause of non-violence
across the globe. There is one sign the religions of the world can make
that would be unmistakable, that would advance dramatically the cause of
freedom and peace.
"Mr Preacher man, if you seek non-violence, if you seek to remove
barriers between peoples and faith, if you would wish for all harmony and
spiritual contentment as fulfilling as that of your own: Go there to your
church Reverend; call an end to the glorification of violence. Reverend,
grab a hammer...
pry it loose...
Remember this one?
tear it down
if you seek non-violence, if you seek to remove barriers between peoples and faith, if you would wish for all harmony and spiritual contentment...grab a hammer...pry it loose...