Church of England rejects one of the nicest men on the planet

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15 Responses to Church of England rejects one of the nicest men on the planet

  1. Lee says:

    Telling the truth is absolutely verboten these days.

    It never ceases to amaze (but, alas, not surprise) me how condescending leftist, so-called “anti-racist” hypocrites block or cancel a black person because he or she doesn’t behave him or herself and follow the approved narrative.

  2. C.L. says:

    Calvin is often a guest on Rita Panahi’s show.
    Really impressive bloke.

  3. NoFixedAddress says:

    Obviously his hair style wasn’t conservative enough… oh wait… perhaps he can appeal to QEII.

  4. and says:

    Calvin should consider it a blessing.

  5. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “C.L. says:
    23 May, 2022 at 3:55 pm
    Calvin is often a guest on Rita Panahi’s show.
    Really impressive bloke.”

    Yep…and he’s a former teacher too. An outstanding man. Born to a Caribbean father and an English mother. His Christian faith is sincere.

    He’s a regular on GB News.

  6. Lee says:

    His Christian faith is sincere.

    You have to wonder about that of those who rejected him though.

  7. rosie says:

    The solution is obvious.

  8. Old School Conservative says:

    I joined the dots between “the Bishop of London, the Rt Rev Sarah Mullally, lectured him” and “I am after all a traditionalist – which means I do not believe in the ordination of women….”
    Or, as Adam Piggott wrote recently, “a patriarchal man”.

    Calvin wasn ‘t going to go anywhere in the CofE.

  9. NoFixedAddress says:

    It would seem that the persecution of Christians is not just limited to China or African countries!

  10. C.L. says:

    Born to a Caribbean father and an English mother.

    Great people. Errol Brown MBE – the late lead singer of Hot Chocolate – was from the same milieu. Life-long Conservative Party supporter and big fan of Margaret Thatcher.

    Wasn’t interested in being a victim. Wouldn’t be seen dead at a FitzSimons barbecue.

  11. Tel says:

    The solution is obvious.

    I doubt you will ever get them to admit the Catholics were right. Besides … the Pope has largely rejected monotheism, and I’m told that part is quite important to Protestants … some kind of a tradition is involved. Sometimes what seems like the obvious solution from a distance just doesn’t work in practice.

    oh wait… perhaps he can appeal to QEII.

    Great suggestion, imagine the wailing if Her Maj did the needful and thumbed the scales nice n firm like. Traditionally it’s done with a quiet summons and interview behind the scenes, but where’s the fun in that?

    Not that it’s any of my business how she chooses to run her religion.

  12. NoFixedAddress says:

    Not that it’s any of my business how she chooses to run her religion.

    LOL

    Some of the Bishops in African Churches would gladly welcome him.

  13. Old Lefty says:

    But if he had kept quiet about topics politically sensitive to the woke establishment and merely denied every article of the creed, he would be well on the way to being a bishop.

  14. Wyndham Dix says:

    Out of context, but John 11:35. Not intended as blasphemy.

    As a lapsed Anglican I grieve.

  15. Not Trampis says:

    being a nice man would not mean being a good minister. Paul was not a nice man but he stood up for the gospel mind you he was not a minster..
    Plenty of evangelical churches in the UK and the evangelical wing of the CofE is the only part of the Cof E showing any growth.

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