Jan 23, 2014: PrideSource: Creep of the Week: Council Nedd II
But the Episcopal Missionary Church's Bishop Council Nedd II has got it all figured out. During an interview with Radio America host Greg Corombos he says King would definitely be a conservative and he'd no likey the gays.
Feb 8, 2012: Encyclopedia of American Loons: #292: Council Nedd II
Council Nedd (not an alias) is a political, religious and cultural commentator who also serves as the Bishop of the Chesapeake and the Northeast in the Episcopal Missionary Church.
Feb 27, 2010: Atheist Revolution: Idiot of the Week: Bishop Council Nedd II
Not surprisingly, this type of idiocy has a spokesman from a Christian extremist group devoted to promoting faith in America (as if that needed any help). Here is what Bishop Council Nedd II, chairman of In God We Trust had to say about the Secular Coalition meeting
Council Nedd II is an American political, religious and cultural commentator who serves as the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Missionary Church, a Continuing Anglican body. Nedd is the child of Council Nedd of Sumter, South Carolina and Gertrude D. Nedd (née Anderson) of Steelton, Pennsylvania.
Jan 28, 2014: David W. Almasi (Amy Ridenour's National Center Blog) reported yesterday on "Project 21's Nedd on Gay Grammys Wedding:" Almasi did such a great job of putting together the information without straying from the subject that I will post most of what he wrote: "At last night’s Grammy Awards, where the news was supposed to be about the year’s best musical performances, politics became performance art as 33 couples — many of them same-sex couples — were married at the awards ceremony."The couples were married by Queen Latifah (who was authorized to do so by Los Angeles County officials) during the live performance of the song “Same Love” by Grammy nominees Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, accompanied by Madonna, Mary Lambert and Trombone Shorty. During the “ceremony,” Latifah recited song lyrics that said: “Whatever god you believe in, we come from the same one. Strip away the fear, underneath, it’s all the same love.” Macklemore, from a fake altar, yelled: “No freedom till we’re equal.” Almasi pointed out, though, that "Project 21 member Council Nedd II, the presiding bishop of the Episcopal Missionary Church, did not feel the event was appropriate — nor did he appreciate the common theme of comparing gay rights to the black civil rights struggle of the 20th century." Bishop Nedd said: The Devil has been clever in creating the idea that he does most of his work in a red suit with a pitchfork, and behind clouds of smoke. Everyone knows to stay away from that. However, when Macklemore & Lewis, Madonna and Queen Latifah put on a spectacle at the Grammys — with a song that twists scripture for its own purposes — it really doesn’t seem so bad. When, during the next gay pride parade, the police and firemen show up and sic police dogs on the marchers and attack them with fire hoses and riot batons, then you can talk to me about black and gay being comparable."