Pearls Before Swine weighs in on Orthodox administrative unity in North America?

My godson Lucas is a big Pearls Before Swine fan and often passes along strips that he think might resonate with my lack of a sense of humor. This one struck us both as neatly summarizing how many of the arguments concerning “American Orthodoxy” appear to go:

Pearls Before Swine

1 Response to “<i>Pearls Before Swine</i> weighs in on Orthodox administrative unity in North America?”

  1. 1 orrologion 1 June 2010 at 10:41 am

    The sentiments in this post (and comments) might be relevant to the above:

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