Friday, February 8, 2008

Archbishop of Canterbury seeks adoption of Islamic law

From the man who pioneered the emergent movement in the Anglican church

WorldNet Daily reports: Archbishop of Canterbury seeks adoption of Islamic law

‘It is not as if we are bringing in an alien and rival system’

The chief of the 70-million-strong worldwide Anglican Communion advocates the establishment of Islamic law in Britain, drawing a rebuke from Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who suggested that perhaps British law would serve better. In a recent interview with BBC Radio 4’s "The World At One Today," Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams confirmed adoption of sharia "seems unavoidable."

See related article: Expert: Christian Liberalism Gives Rise to Radical Islam

HT: Christian Research Network

Editor's note: Wake Up America, we're next.

If you separate people from their heritage they are easily swayed - Carl Marx

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