‘To the pure, all things are pure. But to the corrupt who do not believe, nothing is pure’

So says Titus 1:15a.  I remind you of it because a cab driver in Britain was ordered to remove this cross from her cab-

Why?  Because a dirty minded teenager got in, saw it, and said that it was ‘phallic’.  Hardly.  But the astonishing this is that the cabbie has to set aside a religious symbol because some feckless kid has a corrupt mind.

Clair Cook, who runs AnD taxis, was asked by her local council to ensure that the object was removed after being told that the 15-year-old boy had been offended by it.  She described the complaint as “ridiculous” and said the driver of the car was a devout Roman Catholic.  Miss Cook claimed that if the symbol had been of any faith other than Christianity, the council would have treated the case with far greater sensitivity.  The row follows a series of previous cases in which employees have been censured for displaying Christian symbols.

Britain, bad news.  You’re doomed.

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3 thoughts on “‘To the pure, all things are pure. But to the corrupt who do not believe, nothing is pure’

  1. irishanglican ~ Fr. Robert 12 May 2011 at 8:25 pm

    Yep! Only Judgment is coming! And God will Judge!

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  2. Adam 12 May 2011 at 8:46 pm

    Are you saying all that stuff in the Bible comes true? 😉

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    • Jim 12 May 2011 at 8:53 pm

      i would prefer ‘is true’ rather than ‘comes true’

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