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Thursday, 18 December 2008

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Archbishop Williams, the proantiantidisestablishmentarianist

Antidisestablishmentarianism like Britannia has long ruled the waves of English diction. The Archbishop of canterbury seems anxious to broadside that ship to free the Church from the State and the State from the Church and introduce into the lexicon a new magniloquence.

If Archbishop Williams has his way proantiantidisestablishmentarianism will soon be the biggest bark on the seven seas. Williams explained that being in favor of being against those against the separartion or disestablishment of church from state as a particular philosophy may be the best thing that could happen to John Bull's Island.

"How could a civilzed democratic pluralistic society like England not build a hedge around a Church-State union that banned non- Anglican rulers and insisted on even more men in dresses at state functions.

"Plus gettin in the Guinness book of really bigness has got to be somewhat cool especially for a dyin religion."

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