Last Updated on: 28th June 2023, 03:51 pm
I know I shouldn’t, but I find it somewhat odd that an organization claiming to have no religious slant is getting so worked up over something so trivial in such a religious fashion.
When you send somebody a letter saying “tarot card reading is witchcraft and is used by witches, spiritists and mediums to consult the dark world. We hope that Stephanie Conover will turn from these belief systems and will repent from her practice of them,” that, to me, seems pretty slanty. And if that isn’t, the comment that “We want to be in line with God’s word when it comes to this type of activity and this isn’t anywhere near God’s word” certainly is.
If you’re going to discriminate, be up front about it. Don’t say stupid things about being worried that she’d use the cards to pick a winner and please, for the love of God don’t claim that you didn’t say anything bad about her. You all but called her an evil spirit in writing, just admit it and be what you are. Then again, by blatantly lying to the press when they try to hold you responsible for your own remarks, perhaps you’re already doing that.