The Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury opined that for some (no doubt himself included) Benedict XVI’s provisions for Anglicans are "theologically rather eccentric".
This from the fellow who recently got together with friends for an ecumenical conflab for prayer on the eve of the Copenhagen climate change summit, 5 Dec. (Lots of pics here.)
In a profound statement of solidarity with the planet, they donned gloves and "waved"… get it? This is a theological "wave" for the planet, right? Get it?
So, here are a few photos of the event.
High fives with the Archbishop of Westminster!
What’s eccentric about that?
And … some of their friends, who gathered with them to wave to the planet.
What? No big puppets?
At this guy came.
And this clergyman.
I especially like the green clergy shirt.
That’s not eccentric. Noooo…..
Group photo time!
Anything eccentric about this theology?
Frankly, I don’t care if people want to gather in an ecumenical thingummy and, in the name of "churches" put on blue gloves and "wave" to the planet. Really. I don’t. Have a nice day.
But if you are prone to do those things, maybe it’s better not to suggest that someone else’s theology is eccentric.