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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Lesbian Bishop Wants Christian Crosses Removed From Church to Please Muslims

Christians Who Hate Christianity

  • The first openly lesbian bishop of a mainstream church in the world, wants the church to be treated more like a public airport, where prayer rooms are made available to Muslims, by removing Christian symbols and “marking the direction of Mecca.”
  • The Death of the West  -  Europeans and Americans are birth controlling and aborting their cultures out of existence while importing a replacement foreign population.

(SVT News)  -  Swedish Bishop Eva Brune has proposed to remove the Christian symbols of the Seamen's Church in Freeport to make it more inviting for visiting sailors from other religions.

The bishop wants to temporarily make the Seamen's Church available to all, for example by marking the direction of Mecca and move Christian symbols, as is already done in common prayer rooms at airports and in some hospital chapel.
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"Leasing a room for people of other faiths, does not mean that we are defenders of our own faith. Priests are called to proclaim Christ. We do that every day and in every meeting with people. But that does not mean that we are stingy toward people of other faiths, "writes Bishop Eva Brune at Stockholm pin homepage.

Has aroused protests

The proposal has triggered protests, Patrik Pettersson, priest of the Oscars parish in Stockholm, thinks that the proposal is noteworthy and writes on his  blog:
"The church chapel can not reasonably be equated with prayer rooms at airports and hospitals chapel anyway. The Christian church churches and chapels are not the public areas at any time. "
And the Seamen's Mission Director Kiki Wetterberg does not agree with the bishop.
- I have no problem with Muslim or Hindu sailors come here and pray. But I believe that we are a Christian church, so we keep the symbols. If I visit a mosque I did not ask them to take down their symbols. It's my choice to go in there, she tells the magazine Dagen.
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