by Winsip Custer CPW News Service
Rev. Willie Wilhelm Rocqwheeler of Temple of Love and Honor in Tallahassee, Florida has challenged the proposed September 11th Koran burning of another Florida church. Believing that while setting fire to a book is clearly within the protection of the US Constitution's First Amendment, it is not in the best interest of the planet. "Just what we need. Some more soot floating around in the atmosphere," said Rocqwheeler.
|Pastor Terry Jones of the Dove World Outreach Center|
in Miami, Florida and proponent of Koran Burning opposed
by Rev. Willie Wilhelm Rocqwheller of Temple of Love
and Honor, Tallahassee, Florida
"We at the Temple of Love and Honor will do away with the Devil's book, but we'll do it the same way we did with the Roman Catholic's Book of Macabee's. We were left four cartons of the books on our church door step by someone who thought we were a Roman Catholic Church. So rather than waste the books which would have been a poor stewarship of the decidedly errant words but perfectly good paper, we pulled out the pages and used them for three months in our church restrooms as toilet paper," said Rev. Rocqwheller.
"I began to see much shifting in the pews on the Sundays following the change and then our attendance dipped, but Dr. Jason Rosemont, one of our deacons and one of the city's few proctologist, made up for the loss of contributions with his own generous benevolences which he accredits to his prayers for more patients being answered," said Rev. Rocqwheller. "Then when we ran out of pages our church janitor reported that the plumbing was clogged up, but with Joe Whiteside in the church his plumbing company came right over and didn't charge us a thing," said Rev. Rocqwheller who seemed to bask in the providence of a greater power.