Holy war at Qns. church
By KATHIANNE BONIELLO, NY Post
A Queens church has asked for divine judicial intervention -- in the form of a restraining order -- to keep four excommunicated worshipers away from Sunday services.
The action came after Nam Sik Park, one of four black sheep expelled from the flock at the Evergreen Presbyterian Church in Flushing, railed against Rev. Stephen Kim, calling him a "false prophet" and allegedly threatening to "take out the liver of Pastor Kim, chew it up and eat it," court papers charge.
The banished pariahs keep showing up for services -- shouting during sermons, cursing at church elders and complaining to the congregation, the pastor claims.
Former church deacons Jae Kun Lee, Soon "Sunny" Kwang Hong and Hyun Suh Park were excommunicated in October. They had protested the August reinstatement of a former church elder, accused another elder of taking bribes and threatened to take the church to court, according to papers filed in Queens Supreme Court.
Nam Sik Park said he never threatened the pastor that he would "chew" and "eat" his liver.
Park said he was trying to show his devotion to God, by explaining, "If I didn't believe in Jesus Christ, I would 'take out the liver of Pastor Kim, chew it up and eat it.' "