Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Simon Moores Thanet Life Blog, Goalposts move back.

Some of you may remember my handbags at dawn spat with Simon last week, see http://thanetonline.blogspot.com/2011/03/thanet-life-simon-moores-moves.html Simon has now allowed my comment and it has appeared on his blog.
As far as I am concerned this means that I will return to commenting on his blog, so many thanks to Simon.
The pictures are of Saint Saviours Church Westgate on Sea


5 comments:

  1. What a very ornate organ.

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  2. Mind, as a committed atheist, I think the church would be better converted into low-cost housing.

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  3. 1023. As usual, the Richard Dawkins approach. That building was built by committed people who do not deserve to be so denigrated. In fact the term "committed atheist" is a non sequitor since atheism does not require commitment, merely a negative approach to anyone else's belief values. How can you commit to believing nothing? And no, I'm at best a hopeful agnostic.
    If you follow your warped logic then all our public buildings - libraries, pubs, social clubs etc would be turned into low cost housing.

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  4. Oh dear Andrew, such visceral remarks. My logic isn't warped at all, but hey, there are more important things than arguing with one who has to be rude.

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