Sunday, 29 October 2017

Orthodox clergy ring church bells to protest transgender law

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I googled 'transgender' and 'church' just now and got a lot of stuff about the Church of England being accepting to people who change their sex and, by contrast, this news item from ten days ago.
Greek Orthodox clergy ring church bells to protest transgender law
Church bells have rung “in mourning” across a western Greek diocese to protest the passing of a law making it easier for people to officially change their gender.
Under the guidance of Metropolitan Amvrosios of Kalavryta, a fiery conservative Orthodox bishop, clerics in his diocese decided that starting Sunday church bells are to ring every day, through Saturday, at noon for three minutes. They also called for the repeal of the “anti-Christian and anti-Greek” law.
Gentle reader, you probably know your views on this. 

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