Religion: Guns for God

"What in God's name does the World Council of Churches think it is doing?" demanded the Johannesburg Star. The easiest part of the answer: it is giving $200,000 to "antiracist" organizations. The hard part: much of the money goes to black African liberation movements (some Communist supported) involved in various stages of violent subversion against white minority regimes in South Africa, Rhodesia, and the Portuguese colonies.

Few W.C.C. actions have so divided its 235 Protestant and Orthodox member churches. The Archbishop of Canterbury protested that the W.C.C. executive council did not consult constituents...

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