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Date Posted: Wed, Dec 27 2006, 04:51:06pm
Never judge a book by the look of the color, kaim. Late Robert Lak's accusation was never authenic with no proof. If you could recall back, the woman involved mentioned that it wasn't he. "He was framed" as being told if I could remember well.
I do agree with you that priests should be with the people and deal with spiritual affairs, but priests should also look at possibilities where services needs to be rendered to the people. Not all priests would fall into the category mentioned. If one can make a change like Bishop Cherubim of POM who was a politician in Wewak in the 80s, later resigned and went back to serve his people, why not, Engan priests.
Priests have used the pulpit to ask people turn away from evil ways. Priests have used the office they hold to challenge politicians living morally corrupt life to live a decent public life, and mind you priests were also being threaten to keep their mouth shut.
If there is an Engan son who is a priest, I rather vote for him. He may be painted by others in black, but mind you, he carries the heart of gold, wishing everything service people would need, just like other intending politicians.
We simply can't lock up priests telling them to mind their spiritual activities and let other people do their political job. That is not fair for someone to put priests in that category. They deserve to be in the race as others do, they may have a reason/vision or mission, what have you. I am sorry, but your judgment based on what had happened does not apply to Engan sons who carry the Word of God in their hearts, especially those who have spent 11 years for studies before they become what they are.
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