It looks like an example of Clerical Integrety in the UK

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It looks like an example of Clerical Integrety in the UK

Postby Bare_Truth » Thu Jan 26, 2017 7:37 pm

This is the first i have heard of this but I picked it up on, but as that is a news program I do not know how long it will appear there or in an accessible archive.

However within that clip they gave the URL of Which is the web site of the guy who stuck his neck out. Apparantly when someone stuck in a Koran reading that contradicted the reason for the service being on the church calendar, he felt he needed to resign.

Alas the information about the incident may not last long or may fall into a crack in the archives so look early If you would like a chance to read about a cleric who stuck his neck out over the matter. However I suspect that may be around a bit longer and might be worth watching to see what viewer commentary results.
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Re: It looks like an example of Clerical Integrety in the UK

Postby c.o. » Fri Jan 27, 2017 11:55 am

Bare Truth,

Thank you SO much for providing this link. Integrity, inDEED!.

What i liked most about the Dr's talk was hearing that students who attended the worship service in question reacted negatively. It seems like with political correctness, syncretism and its cousin ecumenism being so at the fore in the West, our young people are the most susceptible to acquiescing along theological lines.
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