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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Matthew C. Harrison
Members of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod are free to affiliate with any scouting organization, although they should be aware of possible conflicts over world views and proceed with "prayerful caution," the leader of the 2.3-million-member denomination said in documents released Monday.
Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president of the LCMS, noted in the new documents.
The BSA, he added, "is a nonsectarian organization, and so we should not be surprised when it reflects the changing secular worldview of our country."