Religion: Going Beyond Charity

Should Christian cash be given to terrorists?

Over the past eight years the World Council of Churches has given $2,640,000 to groups that oppose "racism." More than half went to black organizations in southern Africa that have used guerrilla violence in trying to overthrow white minority regimes. The revolutionary grants program began when the W.C.C. general secretary was Eugene Carson Blake, a liberal U.S. Presbyterian with a flair for politics. It was controversial from the start, but the W.C.C. easily lined up enough backing from its 293 Protestant and Orthodox member denominations...

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