According to a news report, an incident of saving seats in a crowded Sacrament Meeting resulted in a fistfight at church, and then one man hitting the other with his car. Read all about it here. From the article:
LDS Bishop Brett Ferrin said he was saddened by the fight. He said he was counseling both families and trying to bring his ward together. “This is a place of worship,” he said. “The bottom line is we have to come back to church next Sunday.” Ferrin said if there is a “teaching moment” to come from all of this, it is that “split-decisions affect the way we live” and there are consequences.
I think he means split-second decisions, not that people in the ward took a vote and were not unanimous on whether the guy should hit the other one with the car. “Any opposed?”
Whose side are you on? Discuss.