Muslim shop worker in Britain refuses to sell Bible.
Talk about taking the St Michael
A Muslim checkout worker at Marks & Spencer refused to handle a Bible, claiming it was "unclean". The company says it was "a misunderstanding". So that's all right, then.
Can you imagine what would have happened if a Christian checkout worker had called the Koran "unclean"?
There would have been all hell to pay, the assistant would have been sacked, the police would have been called in and the story would have led the BBC News and the front page of the Guardian. And I wonder if this intolerant woman realises that the firm was founded and has been run by some of Britain's most prominent Jewish businessmen. Actually, I wasn't aware that Marks sold Bibles. I've heard of the King James version. This must be the St Michael edition.
For many will come in My name saying, 'I am the Christ' (the word Christ means the anointed one), and will mislead many. (This is happening now. Famous preachers claim they 'have the anointing' and that you too can be like Christ and 'have the anointing.' These men fill huge stadiums and many are indeed misled by them.)