The Mail also reports on the overthrow by political correctness disease of the reasoning powers of the hierarchy of Church of England.
Church of England leaders warned yesterday that calling God ‘He’ encourages men to beat their wives.
They told churchgoers they must think twice before they refer to God as ‘He’ or ‘Lord’ because of the dangers that it will lead to domestic abuse.
In new guidelines for bishops and priests on such abuse, they blamed “uncritical use of masculine imagery” for encouraging men to behave violently towards women.
They also warned that clergy must reconsider the language they use in sermons and check the hymns they sing to remove signs of male oppression.
The recommendation – fully endorsed by Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams – puts a question mark over huge swathes of Christian teaching and practice.
It throws doubt on whether the principal Christian prayer should continue to be known as the Lord’s Prayer and begin ‘Our Father’.
It means well-loved hymns such as Fight the Good Fight and Onward Christian Soldiers may be headed for the dustbin.
The rules also throw into question the role of the Bible by calling for reinterpretations of stories in which God uses violence.