Telegraph cartoonist targets ridiculous council prayer ban
Daily Telegraph cartoonist, Matt, has poked fun at the ban on council prayers, juxtaposing it with the release from prison of extremist hate preacher Abu Qatada.
The cartoon, which can be viewed here, shows two police officers saying: â€śIf he ever says prayers before a council meeting, heâ€™ll be straight back insideâ€ť.
The Christian Instituteâ€™s Mike Judge said: â€śMattâ€™s cartoon hits the nail on the head and reflects just how ridiculous most people think the prayer ban is, particularly in the light of other recent decisions.â€ť...
"...reflects just how ridiculous most people think the prayer ban is, particularly in the light of other recent decisions.â€ť"
Other rediculous notions are:-
The Church of England rejects the Bible as the Word of God - And practices and teaches that abomination and sin are ok.
The Church of Scotland when confronted with the question at their General Assembly - Is it ok to put the abomination in the pulpit? - Sent a committee away for two years to "puzzle" over it. When the two years were up - They sent them away again for another two years.
If your national church cannot read the Bible - Who can???
Like a lot of judges in the english judiciary, Judge Mr Justice Ouseley has gone to seed & needs weeded out. what a silly man. NO, silly is`nt strong enough...stupid is a better term, or a moron might suit