I wish I could say that I'm surprised by this, but sadly its par for the course. I've seen too much of the church...too many of the huddled masses...too many shut doors to expect anything less. I recently heard an Army vet from the Iraq war tell how much they respected the enemy, and how little they respected some on 'our side'.
When pushed, she said the enemy was out in the streets, risking their life for what they believed, while 'our side' was behind keyboards (sic) and not willing to engage. So, if we don't engage in the streets, and the enemy is...and our kids are in the streets... No surprise.
(I apologize for this long link...)