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« on: March 12, 2013, 10:40:43 PM »
We should all be extremely grateful to the Reverand Alan Clifford of Norwich for this timely exposure of the questionable  (and dare one say blasphemous) beliefs that the Roman Catholic Church espouses as detailed in the attached document "Rome From Rome". It epitomises the strange illogicalities that Joe Public is prepared to follow unquestioningly. Even after the exposure of so many deviant clerics amongst their number. One can't help but think that were Jesus to return today, once again in person, then he would undoubtedly destroy the Vatican as assuredly as he overturned the tables of the money changers in the synagogue.
Only today on the Today program we were greeted with a Roman Catholic "priest" who was going on about his "husband" and why the new Pope should accommodate these gross perversions (which, whoever is chosen, probably will, in all likelihood).

On today's World at One (BBC), Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, former RC Archbishop of Westminster, said he wanted an 'evangelical' Pope. Did he know what he was saying? What definition was he assuming? In biblical terms, Rome could never be 'evangelical' without the kind of Protestant Reformation experienced in 16th-century Europe. In the run-up to the quincentenary of that glorious event, the attachment will explain why 'evangelical' is something no pope could ever be.

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