Double publicity coup for CV
The GALHA blog has a copy of the letter which Stephen Green of Christian Voice is sending out to supporters. He is appearing on BBC’s Question Time on Thursday 29th Sept – “a sign that we are being taken seriously by the establishment,” he believes.
This is a huge opportunity, and I do not want to let my Saviour down. I want to bring out the word of God, not just my opinions.
As we have pointed out before, there is a suspicious lack of difference between Green’s opinions and his interpretation of the Word of God. They are, in fact, one and the same. That’s the problem. Sane people have their own opinions. Stephen Green thinks he has God’s.
He asks readers to forward the email “to Christian friends only” and, of course, to pray.
It is OK, by the way, to pray when it is being transmitted. God is way ahead of you and knows your prayer and will answer it before you pray it. Is He not mighty?
Don’t laugh. It’s not funny.
Another sign that that CV are being taken seriously by the establishment is a cameo appearance in this month’s Viz comic. Terry Fuckwit ( “the unintelligent cartoon character”) is looking for a partner, so he goes to Club Cretinus, Britain’s No 1 dating agency for unintelligent people (“Let us find the gormless twat of your dreams”).
Here he is in their office, not having much success. But who’s that on the computer screen?
(Thanks to Adam Bowman for the heads up)