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GUEST,Musket evolving slowly BS: Religion, which is the best one? (320* d) RE: BS: Religion, which is the best one? 09 Oct 13

In which case, Guildford Cathedral isn't a CofE church as they refused to let us marry despite my mother in law being one of their congregation and my wife being of that parish.

Worksop Priory Church will not baptise my granddaughter unless my son and his wife lie about their lack of belief. The same church heard me say whatever was needed to get my son christened almost 30 years ago.

Some will some won't. Simple.

This is what you get with boutique religion. Some vicars actually believe it all. Fine. But they put their interpretation above their managers and policies.

That's what is wrong.

Again. Picking and choosing what bits of your Bible you feel least embarrassed about? Fine but don't expect respect for it. Don't expect normal people to say, you know what? We should let their leaders influence law still. We should allow objections to Sunday events on religious grounds. We should agree to restrict commerce so as not to upset the buggers.

By the way. I forwarded a paper copy of the above to Southwell Diocese with my complaint and they pointed to the overall clause "at the discretion of the vicar. "

Hypocritical twats. Yet they bend over to accommodate bigots who won't be managed by a woman or those who see gay marriage as obscene.

Keep chiselling for relevance. It's too late. Education has evolved. Normal people see no reason to keep pretending. Younger people never did. Still, if you catch them young enough, impressionable enough or vulnerable enough, you still might have enough to pay for the electric. ..

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