The mistake made is in thinking that the leadership of the Church of England have anything to do with Christianity. Others have worked that out some time previously;
The Archbishop of Canterbury was a leading member of a left-wing group labelled “subversive” by the security services in a report to Baroness Thatcher.
Rubbing shoulders with left-wing politicians such as Tony Benn and the late Eric Heffer, he wrote: ‘We must make our stand with the oppressed’.
The Jubilee Group was identified as a “problem” neo-Marxist organisation in confidential intelligence documents drawn up by MI5 officer Charles Elwell. He warned of “the problem of Christian left wing groups” and named the Jubilee Group as “the best known and probably most influential”.
So, when Comrade Williams comes out with his notion to FURTHER TAX financial institutions, we know where he is coming from. This man, like the Church he heads, is a whited sepulchre. His embraces political leftism, not Christianity. Christ was not of the Left, he was not of the Right. He told us plainly his kingdom is not of this world but that he came to offer us eternal life IF we repented our sins and followed him. Listening to the drivel spewed out by the Church authorities, my total lack of confidence in these earthly bodies is reinforced. What would Jesus do? Something that these prattling prelates least expect.