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Saturday, 3 September 2011

Exclusively "inclusive".




The BBC has reported today that the new Dean of Bangor in North Wales has hailed her appointment as a "privilege and an honour" showing the faith is "inclusive". So inclusive in fact that it excludes anyone who doesn't agree with the feminist theology to which she refers. This view from the Church in Wales is actively encouraged by their Archbishop whose minority view of Christianity mirrors the trend in the Church of England which, at diocesan level, is currently considering admitting women to the Episcopate, contrary not only to the tradition of the Universal church but to the example of Christ Himself in choosing His Apostles. But no matter to those in the politically correct Anglican Church today.

Dr Jones says, "I'm excited. I think it gives a statement that the church is inclusive and I think I am bringing something different - a female perspective." Sorry Dr Jones, Mary the Mother of God did that 2,000 years ago. 

1 comment:

  1. The newly installed Dean of Bangor knelt, lowered her head, then lifted her gaze and rewarded her bishop with a smile of a rustic maiden. It could only mean one thing : ' We need more Teddy Bears round here'.

    The Enforcer

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