Christ, Christianity not mentioned in vision for Europe’s future

“There is an urgent need to reduce the consumption not only of fossil fuels but also of so many superfluous things. In certain areas of the world, too, it would be appropriate to consume less meat: this too can help save the environment.”
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16 Responses to Christ, Christianity not mentioned in vision for Europe’s future

  1. Fat Tony says:

    His Holiness with this guy reminds me of that honorific salutation for politicians – the Right Honourable – being rarely right and certainly not honourable.

  2. Chris M says:

    Well he is the anti-Christ.

  3. C.L. says:

    No Chris, he’s the mediocre Supreme Pontiff of the One True Church.

  4. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Saw that story yesterday and immediately thought of Romans 14:2.
    I wish he’d give up the climate rubbish.

    To be fair, the same day the Church of England came out with this one.

    Church of England Says There Is ‘No Official Definition’ of a Woman (13 Jul)

    Their reading should now be of Genesis chapters 2 and 3.

  5. Chris M says:

    He’s a God hater first and foremost. The leader of a Church that never preaches the Gospel but does extol Marxism.

  6. Lee says:

    Church of England Says There Is ‘No Official Definition’ of a Woman (13 Jul)

    There is no official definition of “woke” and “dickhead”, but it doesn’t mean that a CoE leader like Dr. Robert Innes isn’t both.
    And a misogynist.

  7. Tel says:

    Living without so many superfluous things … if it was my choice, and someone asked me which one needs to be gone for good, and the option was either meat or religion … let me tell you I would keep the meat and say “Sorry” to the Pope.

    Atheism is a declaration of efficiency.

  8. Tel says:

    His Holiness with this guy reminds me of that honorific salutation for politicians – the Right Honourable – being rarely right and certainly not honourable.

    Some titles are correctly pronounced with a sarcastic tone.

  9. C.L. says:

    Thanks to Gab for reminding me of this very apposite discussion between Jim Hacker and Humphrey Appleby:

  10. Entropy says:

    I don’t think Francis is clever enough to be the Antichrist. It will be one of his successors.

  11. Wyndham Dix says:

    I am put in mind of the following:-

    Yeats

    “Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold…

    The best lack all conviction, while the worst
    Are full of passionate intensity.”

    Written in different times, but no less relevant today.

  12. Entropy says:

    Awesome yes minister episode.

  13. Entropy says:

    TBF, I think Prince Charles might be the antichrist. The only flaw in the theory being he is even stupider than Francis.

  14. Chris M says:

    Entropy – you may well be correct, both don’t seem overly sharp. But note there are multiple Antichrists mentioned – a plurality of them.

  15. Hugh says:

    Pope Francis has been a superspreader of heresy and confusion ever since he first walked out onto the Papal balcony and gave that sickening display of confected humility.

    And notice that instead of being humble enough to draw from the riches of the Catholic Tradition, he’s forever quoting himself. Yes Pope Francis, you’re definitely the greatest thinker in the history of the Church.

  16. C.L. says:

    Awesome yes minister episode.

    The entire series was magnificent, mostly thanks to the great Nigel Hawthorn.

    Involuntarily outed as gay in later life, Sir Nigel had always guarded his privacy and never participated in the ‘gay scene’ or gay polemics. A British gentleman and an incredible talent.

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