Friday, February 08, 2008

The Archbishop of Crackberry

Look at the picture above. Is this a normal person? Is this someone to whom you would listen for spiritual guidance? I think not.

The Archbishop of Canterbury is the nominal head of the Anglican Church Worldwide. A far left leaning liberal who is concerned and conflicted because he also feels strongly that the Anglican Church should hold to universal beliefs, which he himself does not believe in, Williams spoke out boldly on the plight of muslims in the United Kingdom. On BBC Radio Four, Williams told shocked listeners the UK has to "face up to the fact" that some of its citizens do not relate to the British legal system. Bizarrely, Williams argued adopting parts of Islamic Sharia law would help maintain social cohesion. For example, Muslims could choose to have marital disputes or financial matters dealt with in a Sharia court. He says Muslims should not have to choose between "the stark alternatives of cultural loyalty or state loyalty".

Oblivious to the concept of the universal rule of law, Williams said an approach to law which simply said "there's one law for everybody and that's all there is to be said, and anything else that commands your loyalty or allegiance is completely irrelevant in the processes of the courts - I think that's a bit of a danger…There's a place for finding what would be a constructive accommodation with some aspects of Muslim law, as we already do with some other aspects of religious law…What we don't want either, is I think, a stand-off, where the law squares up to people's religious consciences."

Williams who has already made well know his serious doubts as to the Bible now makes his way into the civil arena with his support for muslim rule of terror on a local basis.

Williams is clearly not fit to be a member of the Anglican Church, let alone an ordained minister, let alone a bishop, let alone occupy the chief office of that church.

Let is be known - Anyone who acknowledges Rowan Williams as a fellow communicant and / or minister of God is a heretic.

1 comment:

Paul Langstaff said...

and that is why I now live in Australia.