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Evangelists not guilty of 'disorderly conduct'

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Praise God–pastors found not guilty for sharing the gospel in public–but for how long will we maintain these rights with atheists and activist progressive judges?

Love to hear your thoughts…

Following their July 3 arrest for sharing the gospel outside a Philadelphia mosque, two evangelists say they have been vindicated by a recent community court ruling.

Last Friday, Municipal Judge Charles Hayden ruled that Michael Marcavage and evangelist Kenneth Fleck were “not guilty” on all criminal counts. After being told they could not preach on a public sidewalk, the two were arrested July 4th weekend outside of Masjid Al Jamia, a mosque near the University of Pennsylvania campus, and they were charged under Pennsylvania’s “disorderly conduct” statute.

2 Responses to “Evangelists not guilty of 'disorderly conduct'”

  1. Yep – doing that now.

    August 7, 2013 at 8:46 AM
  2. Mike LeMay #

    Not for long if we don't start standing up against people who hate God's Word. We need to pray and not take their bullying anymore!

    November 17, 2010 at 5:31 AM