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Who would Jesus support at Twickenham? — 4 Comments

  1. The church did not take the people of Ballyfin seriously ,ordinary people ,huge concerns and duly sacrificed..and I am on my way to Twickenham to see Kearney and Nacewa …TOGETHER.

  2. It’s a matter of public record that I spoke against the union process at synod. But there is a constitution and there is a democratic process and those of us who opposed the formation of unions lost the debate.

    I have a Leinster season ticket and am still unsure about who is the best fullback. Enjoy the match.

  3. This General Synod seems to have created mayhem, whoever one discusses it with, it seems as if no one really knows what is going on viz a viz what was all this ‘marriage’ topic that suddenly sprung up and knocked every one for six. I’m sure that there will be severe repercussions, insofar, that many people will start going elsewhere. Anyway, the C of I has got itself into this mess, it may get itself out of it one way or the other.

    Which brings us back to your original question about Jesus and his support for the two rugby teams tomorrow.
    I guess, like most people, he would say may the best team win!!! l also pose the question, would Jesus know anything about rugby??? Then to quote your own quote the other day ‘Do you know the mind of God???’. No.
    I hope you both enjoy the match, not my cup of tea i’m afraid, scrums and mud and men falling into heaps on the pitch, don’t really understand it, or why people think it’s such a wonderful game.

    I shall be watching the Champion’s League match of course, even though l am a Red Manc supporter, but would be great to see Chelsea win.

    Roll on the tennis, that’s all I can say.

  4. I think Jesus would have been a fan of Welsh rugby – faith and fervour and the best singing in the world.

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