Peter Hitchens on Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams and African dictator Robert Mugabe

‘How typical of the furry Archbishop of Canterbury that he can stand up against the persecution of Christianity in Africa, but isn’t aware of it here.  We shall see in time if he did any good by sharing tea and scones with the sinister Robert Mugabe.  I doubt it.

But his behaviour is typical of a church which has been so obsessed with the Third World for so long that it has forgotten the country of its birth, where legions of bureaucrats – often aided by soppy vicars – are quietly strangling the Christian faith.

My guess is that there will be a thriving Anglican church in Africa several centuries after Canterbury Cathedral has been converted into a mosque, and  St Paul’s into a museum.

~ Peter Hitchens

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