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Monday, July 02, 2007

I have probably now lost my faith in UK religious leaders

Floods are judgment on society, say bishops:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/07/01/nflood201.xml

According to senior Church of England bishops, the floods that ravaged the UK over the last month are 'God's judgment on the immorality and greed of modern society'

One bishop even said that they were due to 'laws that have undermined marriage, including the introduction of pro-gay legislation'.

This is in defiance with the fact that this ravaged land also included farmers without insurance who's crops have been destroyed, people who are ecologically positive, are heterosexual and do not live a particularly extravagant lifestyle. It's almost like saying that God smites people who have done nothing wrong.

This kind of stuff really gets my goat. It's bad enough that people in high positions can be so unethical as to spout this gibberish, but they are completely ignoring the fact that the Church of England was created as a way of breaking marriage vows by one of the most decadent and morally perverted kings in history, Henry the Eighth. I pity this arrogant, bigoted, closed minded bunch of incompetents for believing what they were saying is just and true to what their Church is grounded on.

I hope you all get flooded, you bastards.

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1 Comments:

Blogger bma said...

According to some religious leaders, the reason homosexuality shouldn't be allowed even though it doesn't hurt anybody is that it does hurt people, because when God punishes the sinners, innocent people might get in the way. Or something.

I wouldn't have expected this from the Church of England, though.

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