The Church of the BBC
After seeing the pictures of an Anglican priestess and a female Methodist minister "blessing" an abortion clinic upon its opening in the USA, I thought: now that's a news story to warm the hearts of those at BBC with its fanatically pro-choice tribe of Politically Correct special forces of mind infiltration and control.
See this Life site news item. Methodist, Episcopal clergy 'bless' Cleveland abortion clinic in Prayer service.
Also present at the "blessing" was homosexual and partaker in same-sex marriage, the Rev Harry Knox, who said:
" ... standing alongside my fellow clergymen and clergywomen to say, thank God for abortion providers".
I thought, well, what can one expect from heretics. Just to remind anyone who may be shocked by the word heretic; - that it was first used by St Paul in his epistle to Titus 3:10 "A man that is a heretic, after the first and second admonition, avoid." Douay-Rheims version. Also in 1 Corinthians 11:18-19.
|Heretical clergy 'bless' abortion facility|
However, just today (7th December 2015) BBC radio 5 came live from the Birmingham sperm bank, with lots of "wholesome" interviews with users of this facility. To be fair, and the BBC always is, there was also an interview with non-users who prefer the DIY approach and self-insemination. This included a Lesbian couple who explained how it's done (Lunch time radio BBC style).
So what would the Church of the BBC look like? Well I suppose it would be very close to the C of E. No wonder it’s often very hard to get Anglican ministers involved in pro-life, pro-natural family causes. Is this the reason that despite at least two Anglican bishops being linked to sex abuse scandals, the BBC hardly ever report it? We who study the BBC know how successful they have been in down-playing their own child abuse scandals, so are they also helping the Anglican cover up? Just asking.
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