On a regular basis walking to work I pass a building with "Church Army" emblazoned on the building, I'll be honest this scares the living shit out of me! I immediately get the image of lunatic fundies charging at me automatic weapons (bible verses scrawled on the barrels) blazing. Of course this is mostly just paranoia (I've checked out their website and for an evangelical church they actually seem pretty laid back) but you really have to wonder about a supposedly peaceful organisation that puts "army" right there in the title!

Hi Guys, this is ripped directly from my personal blog page http://anathiestbrit.blogspot.com/ I'd love it if any of you would just spare a minute to check it out and let me know what you think!

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Comment by Richard Porter on December 8, 2011 at 2:51pm
Hi Mark, thanks for the info; I've got to say my diatribe was more an effort (probably in vain) at satire rather than a serious remark (although the title Church Army does bring thoughts of holy war to mind), I'd be happy to find out more about your works and may drop by for that coffee at some point

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