Novelist. Author of APSARAS and tales from the beautiful Saigh Valley. First person to quantify spiritual values.

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Monday 23 November 2015

Apostates need help

It is reported that the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has again questioned his own belief in a God following the Paris atrocities. He has previously voiced his doubts and comes at a time when Pope Francis has warned Christians that they may have to change the way they conceive God. see here:

If, as I think, they are preparing their Churches for a seismic shift on the 1700 year anniversary of the Council of Nicaea in 2025, then these utterings must be paving the way. However, to confront much of what is wrong with the world today one needs to take into account the Muslim problem and their deeply entrenched medieval traditions. It is credible that in the twenty-first century many Muslims also see their religion as outdated but are afraid to speak out because of the often fatal consequences of apostasy. I believe that Western Governments ought to help these people by outlawing all punishments for apostasy and giving more support to people under threat from their own communities.

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