What do hiloni Jews, Wesleyans and Jesuits have in common?

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8 Responses to What do hiloni Jews, Wesleyans and Jesuits have in common?

  1. Cassie of Sydney says:

    King David School is a reform Judaism school. It doesn’t follow Jewish law (halacha). The school is a joke.

    I note that the ABC didn’t manage to find a Muslim school which is accepting of trans students.

  2. C.L. says:

    Yes, funny that.

  3. Lee says:

    The ABC cares bugger all what goes on in Muslim schools.

  4. a reader says:

    Also, Wesley college has very little in common with the view of Methodism espoused by John and Charles Wesley and the other reformers that created the Methodist Church

  5. So, Wesley College is a skinsuit? That Dave Burge tweet just doesn’t get old, unfortunately.

  6. a reader says:

    Truth be told Nelson the school’s attitude represents quite well one powerful element in the Uniting Church. The reality is easily 2/3 of congregations hold firm to the Methodist, Congregational and Presbyterian underpinning. Unfortunately for the parishioners the voices that make the media representing the church are all of the fully liberal agenda that seems to discount pretty much the entirety of the Basis of Union or constantly tries pester power to change it.

  7. I grew up in the Uniting Church and just remember the weekend where the merger was celebrated including the supposed meaning behind the logo. In my time, Sunday School went from being meaningful content taught by will-meaning parents to a tooth group run by someone with no obvious Christian outlook. I drifted away at that point. Regardless, I went through the government school system.

  8. rosie says:

    Well that’s one way for Xavier to avoid frequent negative attention from the Age newspaper.
    There will be a sad reckoning for these deluded children one day.

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