The daughter of Pastor Terry Jones, the man currently still contemplating whether or not to burn the Qur'an to commemorate the ninth anniversary of 9-11, has said that her father "needs help" as he "has gone mad".
She then describes what happened when he opened a church in Germany:
"My father is not one to give up," said Emma Jones, 30. "As a daughter, I see the good-natured core inside him. But I think he needs help."
"I think he has gone mad," she added.
As do we all.
She described how a Christian community her father spent years building in Cologne, Germany was at first Bible-orientated but later changed. After leaving the community aged 17, Emma Jones said she returned in 2005 to find it had become sect-like.
"I saw that my father preached and did things that I didn't find biblical at all. He demanded total allegiance to himself and his second wife," she said. His first wife, her mother, died in 1996.
"That was real religious delusion I saw," she added. "Typical evidence of a sect."
Emma Jones said the community kicked out her father in 2008, when he returned to the United States.
"I really hope he comes to his senses," she said.
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