UPDATE: 14 October 2008 9:02 pm EST
Bruce Wilson has written the seventh question and the story is here: "Why did Alaska Governor Sarah Palin Appoint a Religious Warfare Advocate to the Alaska State Suicide Prevention Council?"
Bruce Wilson of Talk to Action, a non-partisan, pro-religious equality and pro-separation of church and state platform, claims the United States media has neglected to ask Republican vice-presidential candidate, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, seven questions. Several of the questions Mr. Wilson believes the media has failed to ask Governor Palin speak to the Governor's association with Bishop Thomas Muthee and the Wasilla Assembly of God church.
In an October 2005 religious ceremony at the Wasilla Assembly of God church in Alaska, Sarah Palin was blessed and anointed by Bishop Thomas Muthee, whose Kenyan ministry is financially supported by that Wasilla church and who has built an international reputation based on his claim to have dramatically cut crime and addiction in a suburb of Nairobi, Kenya, by driving out a "spirit of witchcraft" and by inciting a mob to hound an elderly Christian woman accused of witchcraft out of town. In the 2005 ceremony, Thomas Muthee called on God to protect Palin from "spirits of witchcraft".
Thomas Muthee's blessing and anointing of Sarah Palin clearly amounted to a strong political endorsement of Sarah Palin, and her presence at the Wasilla church ceremony clearly can be construed as Palin's endorsement of Muthee.
Does Sarah Palin also endorse Thomas Muthee's claim to be able to fight crime and addiction through a program of "religious cleansing", by driving those whose religious beliefs Muthee disagrees with from cities, towns and even whole geographic areas ? Does Palin endorse Muthee's program of fighting crime by driving out accused "witches" and expelling "spirits of witchcraft" ?
Does Sarah Palin endorse Thomas Muthee's program of religious cleansing ? If not, why did she participate in that elaborate October 2005 religious ritual at the Wasilla Assembly of God ?
Thomas Muthee has stated, in a sermon given March 14, 2004, at the United Kingdom Kingsgate Community Church, that "Brazil is a Catholic stronghold, but people are getting saved anyway!"
Does Sarah Palin believe, as Thomas Muthee seems to believe, that Brazil is an enemy religious stronghold occupied by Catholics ?
At the October, 2005, Wasilla Assembly of God ceremony, Thomas Muthee gave a speech in which he called for Christian "infiltration" of key areas of society including business and finance, government and politics, education and schools, and the media.
Does Sarah Palin endorse Muthee's program of "Christian infiltration" ? If she does not, why did Palin subsequently accept Muthee's religious blessing and endorsement ?
In his March 14, 2004 appearance at the United Kingdom based Kingsgate Community Church, Bishop Thomas Muthee told his audience,
" The violent take it by force. People that have spiritual backbones are the ones that are going to advance. They are the ones that will move forward.
I thank God for what I see happening in this place. I thank God for the vision, the passion that I can see here. And my word is this: the more violent you become, the more committed you become, the quicker you will see things happen in this region."
Muthee was talking about "spiritual violence", but Muthee's in October 2005 speech at the Wasilla Assembly of God, given prior to his blessing of Sarah Palin as a political leader, Muthee called on Christian to take control of not the "spiritual kingdom" but the "earthly kingdom".
Does Sarah Palin endorse Thomas Muthee's apparent advocacy that Christians use deceit, and perhaps violence as well, to achieve control of government, finance, education and media ?
Currently the seventh question has not yet been written, but the remaining questions speak to the Alaska State Suicide Prevention Council, whether or not Governor Palin is a believer of the "Third Wave" and New Apostolic Reformation religious doctrine, Todd Palin's involvement with the Alaskan Independence Party, and Mary Glazier -- is Sarah Palin in Mary Glazier's "Strategic Prayer Network"?