Monday, 2 July 2007

Floods are God's revenge, say bishops

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According to senior Church of England bishops, the recent floods that have devastated huge areas of England are God's revenge for our declining moral standards. The Rt Rev Graham Dow, Bishop of Carlisle has blamed the move to extend gay rights for the almighty downpours, telling the Sunday Telegraph that "Our government has been playing the role of God in saying that people are free to act as they want."
Backing up his colleague, the Bishop of Liverpool, Rt Rev James Jones, expressed his regret at society's poor understanding of meteorology: "People no longer see natural disasters as an act of God."
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