Originally Posted by Pastor Ezekiel
February 29, 1692: The Salem witch trials in colonial Massachusetts begin when Tituba, the female Indian servant of Reverend Samuel Parris, and Sarah Good are accused of witchcraft. Parris initiated the trial by declaring, "In this very church, God only knows how many devils there are." By the time other area false Christian pastors were able to distract the town, 19 suspected witches had been hanged and 150 imprisoned.
And Praise Jesus, we have been carrying on that Godly tradition ever since.
It only goes to show you, no good can come from letting an Injun into your house or allowing them to work for you. At least Messican'ts, while just as lazy, are at least false Christian Mary cultists and not witches, even though both rejections of Jesus can rub off on the unwary.
I haven't checked the Freehold bylaws for this, but are there restrictions on who can have non-Christian servants? Gold Level Tithers and above should be safe (or at least I hope so, as I'm Double Gold and despite my suspicion that she's been stealing pies, Laquisha has been doing a remarkable job keeping my home clean).