Posts Tagged ‘Religion’

Good riddance to Anthony Priddis

Posted on March 8th, 2013 by Luther Blissett

The Bishop of Hereford Anthony Priddis announced his resignation this week. He has cited, in part, the refusal of the Church of England to accept women bishops in his making this decision. On the surface he appears to be painting himself as a liberal minded Christian and has received sympathy and respect in standing up […]

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What makes a war?

Posted on November 16th, 2012 by RebelBull

Heads are rolling at the BBC this week as the falsely accused Alistair McAlpine pursues the BBC for misinforming the public by alleging he was a paedophile. Well over £150,000 will be paid in compensation, and the BBC Director General, George Entwistle, has already resigned following the fiasco. However, something quite different is happening in […]

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A Right Old Christian Ruckus

Posted on September 25th, 2012 by Luther Blissett

Five footballers are facing year long bans after a match between two church sides descended into a mass brawl. Zion Athletic and Common Ground United are both members of the West Midlands Christian League, a league set up to promote peace and understanding! Trouble flared up early in the second half of the match with […]

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Mosque to be built in Hereford

Posted on August 20th, 2012 by Keith

Muslims in Herefordshire are firmly on the way to building the county’s first mosque. The Herefordshire Muslim Society has been renting the Kindle Centre for prayer for a number of years but feels it is outgrowing the space and needs a centre of its own. The society has so far raised around £40,000 through individual […]

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Religious fundamentalists target Hereford youth

Posted on January 6th, 2011 by RebelBull

There is growing concern amongst parents and youth workers in Hereford about the increasing influence of Christian fundamentalists on young people. In particular the growing influence of Freedom Church who, through the work carried out by their youth group 2XL, are being openly promoted and funded by Herefordshire Council, as seen with the free two-page advert in this […]

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Remembrance

Posted on November 11th, 2010 by RebelBull

Veterans from the Falkland Islands and Northern Ireland have criticised the use of the red poppy to support current wars and conflicts. In a letter printed in today’s Guardian they write: “The Poppy Appeal is once again subverting Armistice Day. A day that should be about peace and remembrance is turned into a month-long drum […]

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