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Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Moral imperatives

Nick Barlow strikes gold twice in one week with a link to a site from the Christian Institute recording their views on how each MP voted on a series of difficult "moral" issues. If I pointed out that the Rev Ian Paisley gets top marks and will clearly be going to heaven whereas the Opus Dei-linked Education Secretary, Ruth Kelly did not, then you may have a good idea of how bizarre this whole exercise is.
John Burn, of the Christian Institute, used to be the Head of Emmanuel College, Gateshead, the school that hosted a conference by AnswersInGenesis, a fundamentalist group who believe the world was created within the last 10,000 years.

Several senior staff at Emmanuel appear to hold views not a million miles away from AiG. The chap who was the Head, when asked about the fuss by The Guardian, said that he thought criticism was 'fascist'
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