November 22, 2018
I have bad news for people who are part of this “church” – You’re going to hell, and you deserve it.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has said that God is “not male nor female,” after female bishops demanded the Church of England stop referring to God solely as “he.”
Wew… That’s a lot of degeneracy in one phrase.
They’re not even pretending to follow the Bible.
Or maybe they’re following the (((egalitarian version))).
The head of the worldwide Anglican communion told attendees at a lecture at St Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square: “All human language about God is inadequate and to some degree metaphorical.
“God is not a father in exactly the same way as a human being is a father. God is not male or female. God is not definable.
“It is extraordinarily important as Christians that we remember that the definitive revelation of who God is was not in words, but in the word of God who we call Jesus Christ. We can’t pin God down.”
Using cheap sophistry to promote degeneracy is a classic Jew move.
This freak is, shockingly, not a Jew, but he thought he was (or claimed to be) for most of his life, so I guess he picked up some traits.
Professor of Christian history Diarmaid MacCulloch backed Archbishop Welby’s statement, telling The Times that the reason God has been perceived as male is due to “patriarchal assumptions” of early Christian societies of Greece and Rome.
“The world is now different,” Professor MacCulloch said, “and we have to show that our view of God is wider than that and not get stuck with archaic terms.”
The Bible says God created man in His own image, then created a woman out of his own rib, therefore calling God “Him” makes sense.
The comments by England’s most senior bishop follow those of the first female bishop Right Reverand Rachel Treweek, bishop of Gloucester, and Rt Revd Dr Jo Bailey Wells, Bishop of Dorking, who said in September that referring to God as a man was a “growing problem” and said the Church should stop referring to the deity as solely male.
Treweek argued that the use of male language could be damaging to young girls and boys, and that gendered language would be insufficiently welcoming to non-Christians.
Wells said she goes out of her way to use both “male and female imagery” when preaching.
Yes, this thing that every church on the planet has been doing for the entire existence of Christianity is a “growing problem.”
Meanwhile the U.S. Episcopal Church set up a committee in July to “provide a pathway” towards revising its Book of Common Prayer to include gender-neutral language.
Church leaders called for the revisions to correct the “overwhelming use of masculine language” which they believe to be a “barrier to evangelising young people,” according to Fox News.
Ah, the Episcopal “Church” – another fine example of talmudic “Christianity.”
Is that some kind of shamanistic ritual they’re doing at the beginning?
If I were born into one of these nuthouses, I’d convert to Christian Orthodoxy as fast as I could.