Anglican Samizdat

December 15, 2009

Anglicans united at last!

Filed under: Anglican,Global Warming — David @ 5:36 pm
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Uniting Anglicans: Rowan Williams couldn’t do it, Katharine Jefferts-Schori didn’t want to do it; Fred Hiltz is still having a conversion about doing it; but Anglicans are finally united against a common foe – warm weather:

Copenhagen unites Anglicans hoping to combat climate change.

As church bells rang throughout the world Dec. 13 to mark Christianity’s commitment to combating climate change, Anglican leaders were making their voices heard about global warming in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The founder of Christianity foresaw this, of course; in the Garden of Gethsemane, as drops of blood oozed through the pores of his skin, he knew his sacrifice would be worth it, because in approximately 2000 years his followers would unite to wage the final battle against that most diabolical of evils: a 0.4 degree rise in the earth’s surface  temperature.

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1 Comment

  1. Considering that TEC has replaced the Decalogue with the Millennium Development Goals, this is a logical extension.

    Comment by Tregonsee — December 15, 2009 @ 7:01 pm


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