Belgian minister wants anti-gay Primate (Head of the Belgian Catholic Church) replaced

  • metta

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    Jan 14, 2012 6:45 PM GMT

    Belgian minister wants anti-gay Primate replaced

    http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2012/01/13/belgian-minister-wants-anti-gay-primate-replaced/
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    Jan 14, 2012 7:30 PM GMT
    Fantastic points made in that article!
  • Cutlass

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    Jan 15, 2012 2:52 AM GMT
    Another pronouncement from one of the r.c. church's forked tongue, duplicitous, double-talking primates. Since the church is an authoritarian hierarchy (Does the word fascism come to mind)? opposed to democracy, you can understand why they feel the need to stick their noses into secular civil and human rights and to try to deny those rights to people of other religions or no religion.
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    Jan 15, 2012 5:28 AM GMT
    jpBITCHva saidI think it's thoroughly appropriate that the church refers to its bigwigs as 'primates'.


    I believe that the religious term "primate" predates the use of the word in taxonomic nomenclature to define those humans, apes, monkeys, and other related genera.

    Related or descended from the Latin term "Primus inter pares" or "first among equals".

    Bestowal of primacies in the Roman Catholic tradition go back to the early
    Middle Ages.

    The taxonomic term seems to have come into play in he early to mid 20th century with Wilfrid Le Gros Clark as a proponent of what ultimately became the current system of taxonomy.
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    Jan 15, 2012 8:47 AM GMT
    Tebow... the path is set out for you

    http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2011/09/15/ex-belgian-footballer-turns-gay-porn-star/
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    Jan 15, 2012 8:55 AM GMT
    AlphaTrigger said
    jpBITCHva saidI think it's thoroughly appropriate that the church refers to its bigwigs as 'primates'.


    I believe that the religious term "primate" predates the use of the word in taxonomic nomenclature to define those humans, apes, monkeys, and other related genera.

    Related or descended from the Latin term "Primus inter pares" or "first among equals".

    Bestowal of primacies in the Roman Catholic tradition go back to the early
    Middle Ages.

    The taxonomic term seems to have come into play in he early to mid 20th century with Wilfrid Le Gros Clark as a proponent of what ultimately became the current system of taxonomy.


    that was so thorough.. i was smiling by the end of reading your post icon_smile.gif
    genius. lol