Comments: still more about that London church service

Yet another example of the antics where souls have purported to have discussed and agreed to positions. And claims made that they have agreed and signed papers that they haven't.

Shades of the conference held in Tanzania's Dar es Salaam.

Ezekiel 13:10-14 "“ ‘Because they lead my people astray, saying, “Peace,” when there is no peace, and because, when a flimsy wall is built, they cover it with whitewash, therefore tell those who cover it with whitewash that it is going to fall... I will tear down the wall you have covered with whitewash and will level it to the ground so that its foundation will be laid bare."

Posted by Cheryl Va. at Saturday, 8 November 2008 at 12:28am GMT

Hilarious. You know, since leaving Christianity, the sheer hypocrisy and cant of the church becomes all the more plain. No surprise that it is evidence here, given who is representing the London diocese!

Posted by Merseymike at Saturday, 8 November 2008 at 12:23pm GMT

I'm confused.

Pete Broadbent said there were a series of frank discussions.

Martin Dudley says there weren't.

Which one is lying?

Posted by JBE at Saturday, 8 November 2008 at 9:15pm GMT

Which one needs to make out that these discussions have taken place to keep face and his conservative evangelical constituency quiet?

Posted by Merseymike at Monday, 10 November 2008 at 9:13pm GMT

"Which one needs to make out that these discussions have taken place to keep face and his conservative evangelical constituency quiet?"

1. I love that you use "make out" instead of "pretend". I thought our dialects were the only ones that did that.

2. What's wrong with keeping the Consevos quiet? They already believe a whole pile of things that aren't true, what's the harm in one more? Besides, what gain is there in getting them all fussed up, other than the sheer joy of knowing that you got them all fussed up and the entertainment of watching them buzz around the lights? That's gotten boring, for the most part. All the same, it can be a bit of fun on times to drive a stick into a hornet's nest.

Posted by Ford Elms at Thursday, 13 November 2008 at 11:24am GMT
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