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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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One problem...[Justin Welby] faces is that God isn’t really very popular. According to one recent survey, God is less trusted than Google.
“I saw that. I was very grumpy about it. Google always gives me the wrong answer. They’re actually out to make money out of us. I’m not.”
Welby is trying to build trust in a way that has fallen out of fashion in the Church of England: through his own belief in God. When I ask point blank if he really and truly thinks that Mary was a virgin and that Christ actually rose from the dead, he puts down his fork and replies simply: “Yes.”
I must be looking doubtful as he goes on: “Is that clear? I can say the Creed without crossing my fingers.”
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