Second Day of South Carolina Trial Includes Testimony from Treasurer

The morning was a cross examination of Canon Jim Lewis. Lewis testified yesterday how more than 90 percent of the convention clergy and delegates voted to disassociate from the national church (TEC).

The Plaintiffs called Robert Kunes, Treasurer of the Board of Trustees for the Diocese of South Carolina, to testify about the corporate governance of the Trustees.

Read it all.


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6 comments on “Second Day of South Carolina Trial Includes Testimony from Treasurer

  1. Milton Finch says:

    The last paragraph basically says today was spent proving that TEo is a separate entity from the Diocese of South Carolina. Once the court understands that, and that everything was correct in what the Diocese OF SC did, TEo is dead meat and seen to be the lying usurpers they have been for quite a while.

  2. SC blu cat lady says:

    Lets hope that is how Judge Goodstein sees it. There are more witnesses from more parishes to come tomorrow. Keep up the prayers all!

  3. Milton Finch says:

    True, Lady. Follow the paper trail keeping in mind neutral principles and it should be a done deal.

  4. Milton Finch says:

    The Quincy decision dealt TEo a horrendous blow and loss when it came to TEo claiming they were hierarchical, which conservative Quincy proved TEo absolutely was not. That was spelled out to perfection in the decision that sent TEo packing.

  5. Karen B. says:

    Over at SF, A.S. Haley has an entry which incorporates the DioSC press release, and also TEC’s side of yesterday’s happenings, along with his added, and very helpful, commentary.

    Here’s the link:

  6. Luke says:

    Thank you, Karen B. for the link to StandFirm.