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Tuesday, October 15, 2002 The Appeasement Party at prayer: Andrew Roberts writes in The Telegraph of the 1930s echoes emanating from the C of E:
For all their doctorates and years in theology colleges contemplating the nature of sin, these bishops cannot see true evil when it stands up fully-mustachioed and combat-jacketed, as Saddam has night after night on their television screens, complete with rocket launcher hoisted on to his shoulder.
Once this war is over, the thanksgiving service for the victory should not be held in Westminster Abbey or St Paul's Cathedral, as on all previous occasions, but at the Cenotaph, without any bishops present. "Our Glorious Dead" would understand.
Meantime, at Catholic Light, Eric Johnson views Pax Christi in the light of Bali and finds its message not only wanting, but dangerous.