Last night's pro-life march in Sioux Falls was cancelled due to bad weather. Northern Plains Anglican, an eminently more reliable theologian than I, notes with what sounds like a chuckle that you probably shouldn't attribute the storm to any of the following:
- Perhaps the marchers had a bad attitude, and were not going to represent God well.
- Perhaps the marchers were in danger from abortion zealots or just plain crazy folks, and God wanted to protect them.
- I suppose one can argue that demonic forces called out the storm to stop the march, although what that says about God gets interesting.
- &c &c &c [Father Timothy Logan Fountain, "Another reason to refrain from putting a moral judgment on natural phenomena," Northern Plains Anglican, 2010.01.22]