Skip to comments.A Shameful Caricature, and a Warning
Posted on 12/02/2012 11:34:36 AM PST by ReformationFan
In the wake of the narrow defeat of the women bishops measure in the Church of England's General Synod by six votes in the House of Laity, a torrent of criticism has been unleashed on evangelical and Anglo-Catholic Anglicans who opposed the measure. From the Archbishop of Canterbury, members of Parliament, and down through the ranks, the consciences and reasons of those who voted against the measure have been belittled and even vilified. This vilification is most obvious in the editorial in The Guardian (London) from Friday, Nov. 23 by Canon Giles Fraser. Until recently, Canon Fraser held a senior position in one of the most important cathedrals in the UK. In his editorial, Fraser demeans the conscience and scholarship of faithful Anglicans who voted against the measure by caricaturing them as follows:
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When Christians are taking flack from the anti-Christian humanists who have invaded the modern church, that is a good thing.
It does not bother me that humanists hate me. I would expect moral relativists who are live for immediate gratification’s sin, to hate Christ’s people.
If European and American humanists had the State power, they would enslave murder Christians. It is a murderous and blind spirit of hatred for Christians that they have taken on. The more Christians give into them, the more aggressively animalistic they become.
What a jerk.