Monday, June 15, 2009

"Anglican Listening Process." Definition: see Ned Beatty in "Deliverance"

Short version:
  1. Anglicans are conflicted over "issues."
  2. Archbishop of Canterbury wants "listening process" in response.
  3. Brings in "facilitator."
  4. Facilitator has no agenda and is funded by neutral...
Better hold up on #4. The American Anglican Council just released details of who is "facilitating" and who put up the bucks (you are right to notice I didn't say Pounds or Euros).

If you are too young to get the "Ned Beatty/Deliverance" reference, think of Lucas and Spielberg with Indiana Jones on South Park. If that doesn't work, either, please watch more cable.

1 comment:

Floridian said...

I have NO time for 'cable' the viaduct of the culture's effluent.

I read the book and saw the movie, Deliverance, years ago. It was a traumatic experience to realize what one man may encounter when overpowered by another. I found out
sodomy ain't love and human beings are capable of destroying and defiling others...and THAT'S THE WHOLE POINT OF THE CONTINUING INDABA defile and spread the culture's evil effluent of defilement, debauchery, disease and death where it has not yet penetrated.

What makes me mad as H-LL is that Rowan Williams is agreeable to and is promoting this and forcing it on the whole Anglican Communion...and that Rick Warren is coming to speak to the ACNA and he's been playing footsies with Obama, the homosex agendites and the muslims to promote his PEACE plan. Unless the ACNA cuts ties with all these, God will allow it to fail.