Thursday, April 19, 2012

The Lord Mayor of London protects moderate Christians from Anglican Mainstream's extremist preventing riots

It has been reported today that Boris Johnson subverted an “intense backlash” against Christianity when he banned extremist groups, Anglican Mainstream and Core Trust Issues... anti-gay campaign. Boris felt that the offensive use of public transport to promote homophobia was considered dangerous for all Christians, not just extreme right wing bigots. Boris said... The backlash would be so intense it would not have been in the interest of Christian people in this city. Boris, unlike Chris Sugden believes that it is his job to unite people and to stop prejudice. Even his Labour mayoral rival Ken Livingstone agreed with him by saying... In my view Boris was right to pull the ads.

James... I say that Sugden fellow is doing a marvellous job of shooting himself in the foot... he's a fine marksman you know...never misses!

Yes Garland...should be the next Archbishop of a fine choice with Lady Nolland by his side...I say... haven't heard much from that Jensen fellow... heard he performs well at target practice....have to see how many homosexuals are reported to be limping this week.

Oh deary me...if only my alter ego had taken notice of me in the past...then all this embarrassment could have been avoided!


  1. Calamity
    Excuse me for being off topic but I just had to get this off my chest.

    Today the Anglican Church League website posted a link to an article by the American Babtist Albert Mohler called 'The Post-Christian Condition — Anders Breivik and the Limitations of Justice'.

    It is a rant about how in a 'post-Christian' society such as Norway justice defies the will of God by not imposing the death sentence on murderers and by providing prisoners with a decent standard of accommodation

    Here are some choice quotes:

    "Christianity produces a system of laws and justice that puts a high premium on both personal moral responsibility and the sanctity of human life. For this reason, the punishment of murderers has been taken with great seriousness. Those who take a human life with premeditation were understood to forfeit their own.

    The rejection of the Christian worldview and the loss of biblical moral instincts produces a very different system of justice. Norway abolished the death penalty in 1902. Later, the nation abolished the sentence of life in prison, claiming that it was too extreme. As Newsweek’s Stefan Theil has reported, “Normally, even murderers are fully eligible for parole after just a few years in prison.”

    The loss of the Christian worldview often comes with a diminishment of both personal responsibility and the sense of punitive justice. Add to this the redefinition of human life and its value. The result is a nation that takes pride in a notoriously lax system of criminal justice — a nation that considers punishment itself to be barbaric."

    Does the Anglican Church League really agree with this sort of stuff? If so, I'm shocked at what we are up against with the Sydney Anglicans. What sort of Christians are they that they could be so savage and primitive?

  2. Dear Anon
    I thought exactly the same as you when I read the article. Sydney Anglicans are in my mind Southern Baptists in their belief and attitudes. Compassion and empathy are qualities lacking in what Sydney Anglicans declare to be their Christian values.