Fast to speak over KKK costumes, where are churches on other issues?

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The speed at which the churches in Ards responded to the KKK event is breathtaking.

In addition, there is the somersaulting to reassure the followers of Islam.

Perhaps the same group of churches might consider the victims of Islamic terrorism along with the victims of IRA terrorism who seem not generate the same enthusiasm or interest.

While no one supports unbiblical hatred, (which isn’t the same as saying there is none at all), why the blindsided approach?

The Ards KKK event can be left to the police. What cannot be so left, are the host of issues these churches have abandoned, ignored and otherwise defaulted on.

It is especially puzzling that their voice only operates in one direction.

Rev E T Kirkland, Ballyclare