Sunday, March 10, 2013

And will Anglican Mainstream call for the sacking of the head of the Church of England ... when she signs a charter backing gay rights?

In a special ceremony to mark Commonwealth Day on Monday, the Queen will give a speech endorsing the new agreement which states signatories oppose “all forms of discrimination, whether rooted in gender, race, colour, creed, political belief or other grounds”. .. (other grounds includes equality for GLBTI people).
The document includes affirmations on democracy, human rights, international peace and security as well as freedom of expression. It also contains a commitment to "gender equality" and “women’s empowerment.

I say off with the woman's head, Shirley...  what would the C of E be like without discrimination?
Yes Mrs Slocombe...I agree... They should replace her with that nice Mr Sugden...he knows all about prejudice and discrimination....or maybe they could bring in one of those complementarians from the colonies... I hear Peter Jensen will soon be looking for a new job... and he's really good at oppressing freedom of expression and equal rights ... or what about David Ould... he has experience in reprimanding church leaders who approve of gays! Oooh so many to choose from!


  1. What about Haydn Sennitt for Queen!

  2. Sydney Anglicans would be thrilled having the head of the C of E residing in Australia.

  3. Yes, the Anglican Church must liberalize, because liberal churches are vastly known for their dominance over conservative churches, which is why this chart shows their amazing growth:

    Here's the reason why liberal churches have a good tendency to die out: because people soon discover that sitting on the couch offers roughly the same amount of spiritual fulfillment as most liberal churches.

    At the very least, you could consider that Thomas Jefferson and others tried this same spiel in the 19th century... and it did precisely nothing to stop the wave of fundamentalism in the 1970s.