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  • They had a voting system and those in favour of the motion were unable to persuade enough others to support it. Looking at the wider picture, a vote in favour would have split the anglican world movement assunder. In my view it is important that the CofE moves on and starts to promote christianity and its beliefs, something it has failed to do under the 'leadership' of the current Archbishop who seems much more interested in all sorts of issues rather than promoting christianity. It has been widely reported that the CofE has been losing people to the Roman Catholic church so it cannot be an issue of female bishops can it? As for the EU passing legislation, what about the Catholics, Muslims and many other religions? I do not believe they are daft enough to try to get involved. What truly risks marginalising the church is failing to promote christianity which surely is the most important issue??

    andy

    Wednesday, November 21, 2012

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