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UK: Stonewall chief believes bishop vote helps David Cameron on same-sex marriage

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  1. Dave North 23 Nov 2012, 9:47pm

    “While 324 synod members voted for women bishops, church voting rules meant 122 votes against were enough to block the reform.”

    Church democracy at work.

    Skewed, illogical, misogynist and pointless.

    These people would not recognize or understand their own religion if it bit them in the @rse.

    1. Pavlos Prince of Greece 23 Nov 2012, 10:34pm

      The rules of Cardinals Conclave in the Sistine Chapel is very similar – arithmetical (need of super-majority in the first ’rounds’) and political. At least nobody in the Catholic Church have courage to call this a ‘democracy’: absolute monarch can rule only in the monarchy.

  2. Love seeing the chruches and their kind creating their own demise.

  3. Ben who?

    1. Ben Summerskill love.

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