Why Am I Not Surprised?

Graham Dow, the Bishop of Carlisle, has come to public notice for suggesting that the recent floods were God’s judgement on a sinful nation, but not only is he not alone – perhaps just naive to speak so openly about it to a friendly journalist from the Sunday Telegraph – but they are not his weirdest views. An earlier book he wrote on demonic possession shows he believes devils enter up the anus (something Freudian here perhaps) and the signs of possession include wearing black, inappropriate laughter, inexplicable knowledge, Scottish ancestry or relatives who have been miners. You may laugh – inappropriately – but Dow used to be an Oxford college chaplain, indeed once prepared Tony Blair for confirmation, and has risen to be a diocesan bishop.

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5 Responses to “Why Am I Not Surprised?”

  1. ralfast Says:

    I thought this was the 21st century, not the 11th…at least that what my electronic calendar says, could be wrong.

  2. RickB Says:

    That will be satan tricking you!

  3. ralfast Says:

    Damn you SATAN! DAMN YOU TA HELL!!!!

  4. RickB Says:

    So you’re basically telling him to go home?

  5. ralfast Says:

    Yeah, pretty much, as long as he leaves my anus alone… or maybe goes of and buggers Craig in some bathroom stall somewhere. Out of sight, out of mind, says I…..

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