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Quantum 153 – News from Africa, Barmy Bishops and Mumford’s Sorrow

This weeks Quantum….

Includes Andy Murray, BBFC and blasphemy, Kenneth Kaunda and Zambia; Jacob Zuma, Polyandry and South Africa;  Ethiopia and Tigray; TB Joshua; 100th Anniversary of the CCP; The Lib Dems and China;  UK Methodists and Marriage; The Barmy Bishops of Liverpool and Manchester; Trans Activists Vet BBC Stories; Cromwellian Psalms; Personalised Bercow/Trump/Farage; Children’s Abortion Book; Virtual Clothes; Raisi and Iran; Winston Marshall leaves Mumford…

Jacob Zuma –

Ethiopia and Tigray –

Should Christians Stay in the Methodist Church Now?

Bishop of Manchester. Play this –


Abortion –

Virtual Clothes – CyberFashion is the sale of virtual clothing which you wear digitally imposed over your social media selfies.


The war in Afghanistan cost £22 million

Iran –

Mumford and Sons…

It’s empty in the valley of your heart
The sun, it rises slowly as you walk
Away from all the fears
And all the faults you’ve left behind

‘Cause I have other things to fill my time
You take what is yours and I’ll take mine
Now let me at the truth
Which will refresh my broken mind

So come out of your cave walking on your hands
And see the world hanging upside down
You can understand dependence
When you know the maker’s land


Catch up with Quantum here – Quantum 152 – Including Abuse…Swearing…and some Great News!

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  1. I wonder how the “prophet TB Joshua” would have responded to the apostle Pauls “message from Satan” wiht his “thorn in the flesh” and praying three times for it to be removed. Would he consider it a lack of faith on Paul’s part for him not to have had “deliverance”? Or would he be aligned with the apostle Paul in accepting God’s grace being sufficient?

    Yes it would be wonderful if all pain could be relieved so easily as this “prophet” seems to advocate. Doesn’t always work that way though does it?

  2. “wet and dreary and windy and cold Sydney”. Meanwhile, just to the north of Glasgow it’s been 23 to 25 degrees for the past few days.
    As a very ex-member of the Liberal Democrats anything critical of them is music to my ears but in all fairness it must be pointed out that the supportive comments about China came from one member of the party. Okay, he is a former leader of the party but he’s not in the party leadership today. Also it must be pointed out that some Lib Dem MPs have criticised Cable’s comments.
    I don’t know if the Bishop of Manchester is married but if he is, would he express similar comments about his wife having ‘a bit of a fling’ if she had an affair with another man.

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