Hmmm... Is this "55.9 percent of the vote cast by the ecclesiastical college
of the church" telling God what to do? Or did God just tell 55.9% of the
voters what he wanted?I've always wondered how people see sense
in voting on what their church doctrine will be (and then informing God later).
Instead of God telling them what his doctrine is.These votes to
change church doctrine always make me wonder... who's running the Church...
God or the 346 members of the ecclesiastical college of the church?Does God run his kingdom based on popular vote? I didn't think so.I have no problem with policy changing... but it just seems like it
would happen in a different way. Not the college telling God what his doctrine
Cool! Religion is the problem. Not God. Men have made God in his own image:
sexist, homophobic, intolerant and prejudiced. This is really cool to see that
even religious organizations are getting somewhere. A female was also appointed
in UK & Ireland today too.Though... Sweden is very ambivalent
towards religion anyway, so it makes sense that they would lead the world on
this, just like they did with gay marriage. Props to Sweden,
Scandinavia and the British Isles. :)