Christian government leader creates his own exodus

Posted: August 1, 2008 in On Your Wall
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DATELINE: Anderson, South Carolina (Isn’t that all about all the disclaimer you need for this story :)).

Meet Cory Burnell.

This is a man who apparently loves the Lord, but has aspirations that can be traced back to the Lone Star State, circa 1836. You see, well… I’ll just let him say it:

The leader of Christian Exodus says the group still hopes to create a Christian government in South Carolina, despite the decision by its founder to step down. Keith Humphrey told the Anderson Independent-Mail the focus of the group is still to create an independent Christian nation.

If I were a betting man, I would garnish my wages for a full year that this cat hopes to create the JesuStates with his own arsenal and the White-throne-of-Judgment House would be located somewhere near a nice tin foil roofed bunker he calls “The New Jerusalem.”

Any takers?

Well, don’t fret Wall Watchers in the Carolinas. It turns out this self-proclaimed leader of secession has bigger fish to fry – the rent.

Burnell had planned to move to Anderson, but he says a job offer with a Seneca company was withdrawn. He says the pressures of self-employment and family have kept him from being an effective leader.

That’s refreshing during this tumultuous political season – a man running for his office that has his priorities in order. Amway, all the way! You go boy!

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Comments
  1. Thank you for pointing out that Cory Burnell has his priorities straight. There are 4 realms of government which are all under God: self, family, church and civil. In order to be successful at civil government, one must govern himself and his family well… Just think what a blessing it would be if the majority of our legislators practiced this as well as Cory Burnell?

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