The Gospel of St. Mark deemed 'offensive material' by UK postal workers

These are troubling times indeed.  The decline of our society seems to be traveling at break-neck speed as the core values and beliefs that made western civilization the golden age of human kind are being sacrificed on the altar of political correctness.  The UK Daily Mail reports that postal workers on the Channel Isle of Jersey refused to deliver CD recordings of the Gospel of St. Mark because they has been deemed 'offensive material.'   The recordings in question were purchased by 'Switch On,' a group of Christian Churches who wished to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible by sharing the Holy Gospel of St. Mark with each household on their island.  The group consulted with local postal officials prior to ordering the 45,000 recordings and Rev. Liz Hunter of St. Heller Methodist Centre said 'Initially Jersey Post seemed quite positive about helping us deliver the CDs.'    Everything was going as expected until the Jersey Post phoned...(Read Full Post)