How you think about terry jones ?

terry jones is insane and in need of care. - Emma Jones, who lives in Germany, explained she was trying send emails to prevent his father's plans. But terry not replied his emails. "My father was not a quitter. As a child I saw nothing good in him. But I think he needs treatment," said emma.
@advokatku (4037)
Indonesia
September 11, 2010 4:25pm CST
daughter of Pastor Jones spoke about the actions of his father, Terry Jones, who plans to burn the Koran. Emma Jones, believes his father is insane and in need of care. Emma Jones, who lives in Germany, explained she was trying send emails to prevent his father's plans. But terry not replied his emails. "My father was not a quitter. As a child I saw nothing good in him. But I think he needs treatment," said emma. How you think about terry jones ? hmmmhhh ... there only people who behave in deviant .. . pathetic!
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@indahfth (11173)
• Indonesia
11 Sep 10
I felt it was priest, who always felt right, felt himself most true. Even more than God's actions.
@advokatku (4037)
• Indonesia
11 Sep 10
yes, these problems are exaggerated sense of faith. But let the God who will judge and condemn
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@indahfth (11173)
• Indonesia
13 Sep 10
Yes, you are correct. We still have God, the omniscience of right and wrong.
@Hatley (164654)
• Garden Grove, California
11 Sep 10
hi advokatku I think he does need mental help from qualified mental doctors. I think he is not a Christian either. I do not know much about him really but I do feel for his daughter and hope she can get him some help.
@advokatku (4037)
• Indonesia
11 Sep 10
unfortunately, it looks like his daughter's efforts were not getting a response. but let it be, may all beings in this world can condemn him and can stay away from what he said
@Qaeyious (2362)
• United States
12 Sep 10
I suspected as much, but of course only a doctor's examination can prove any kind of illness. It could just be low morals. I found an English translation of the interview here: http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/0,1518,716858,00.html