So, what's wrong with a healthy disagreement??
SAN ANTONIO -- A 22-year-old man is facing one count of arson, but police said they think he has set more than a dozen small fires at churches -- usually by lighting an oil-soaked sock and tossing it through a window.
Jesus Arturo Barraza Jr. visited a number of churches recently to talk to ministers about their beliefs. Police said they think he returned later and set the churches on fire.
"Apparently, he was upset over what he perceived to be conflicting interpretations of biblical teachings that he had been receiving from various churches of various denominations throughout the city," said arson investigator Capt. Art Villarreal.
"He told investigators that God had told him to commit these crimes, and that during the committing of these crimes, God was protecting him and was watching over him," Villarreal said.
In a statement Barraza gave to investigators, he said the most common method he used to start a fire was throwing a sock soaked in charcoal fluid or lamp oil through a window. Investigators noted that although there have been more than a dozen attempts, most fires were small. In some cases, the fire never spread.
Sounds like someone has missed the last few Zealots Anonymous meetings, eh?