House of Lords
To the Rt. Rev'd Rowan Williams: Next Archbishop of Canterbury
Please refer to the enclosed letter from Dr. John Habgood, the Archbishop of York, dated 12th December 1983. As he has a first class honours degree in physics from Cambridge University he is one of many Catholic prelates reading survival after death as a branch of subatomic physics - he knows that it's a scientific fact that there are people living in the invisible part of the universe.
Sadly this is the reason why Mrs. Thatcher rejected the Church of England's first choice of Archbishop of Canterbury and chose instead a fellow believer in supernatural absurdities - Canon George Carey.
This scientific proof of survival brings into play the universal ethic "as you sow, so you will reap". All the religious killing will stop when the believers eventually find out they are personally responsible and liable for every thought and action during their short stay on Earth. Nobody is going to forgive what they have done. The ball is now in your court.
Related material on this site:
No priest believes in what they are selling! - E-mail from Michael Roll to Dene Jones (August 13, 2002)
Articles published in the Daily Telegraph:
"One third of clergy do not believe in the Resurrection" (July 31, 2002)
"Clergy could face heresy charges in new tribunals" (July 20, 2002)
Psychic Phenomena - Letter from Dr John Habgood, Archbishop of York, to Michael Roll (December 12, 1983)
Disestablishment of the Church of England - Letter from Roger Berry, MP for Kingswood, to Michael Roll (July 18, 2002)