Moral fibre seems to be everywhere at the moment, evidenced by some people telling other people what they may or may not do. Traditionally, this has been part of the role of religion, but was never, of course, not confined to the religious.
Anyway, the General Synod of the Church of England has now decided that membership of the British National Party is to be forbidden (one is tempted to say verboten) to its clergy.
If you would like to express your opinion on whether you feel this is a right or wrong move, please vote in the poll at the top of this blog.
Meanwhile you might like to nip across to the BNP website and read what its supporters (generally) are saying about the Church of England and the Synod's decision. (Treat it as an exercise in listening to those with whom you disagree - something the CofE prides itself on.)
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