The Archbishop and the Camel

Oh dear! The investment policy of the Church of England has embarrassed and irritated its most senior priest, the Archbishop of Canterbury. This Archbishop is not exactly a man of the people or a person who has lived a life of poverty. Eton, Trinity College and the oil industry isolates those who follow this career path from the trials and tribulations of ordinary folk. I do not say that a rich man cannot become a priest, but I am suspicious of the motives of rich privileged people who enter the church and climb to the top of that greasy pole because climbing every greasy pole involves an element of getting a good shove upwards from others. Continue reading