Sunday, August 05, 2007

Cranmer's South Park treatment

After delivering his sermon, Cranmer intends drinking Pimms and lemonade again today, and finds it too hot (at last…) to dispense any profound religio-political insight. Instead, he would like to amuse his communicants and readers with his South Park character, courtesy of Mr Daily Referendum.

Impressive, don’t you think?

Cranmer hopes that this amusement might entice communicants to offer their suggestions as per the post below, for there appears to be a veritable poverty of UK-based religious blogs worthy of Cranmer’s endorsement, and Mr Dale’s deadline is this coming Thursday.


This has been a record week for Cranmer's blog.

Not only was Friday a daily record (526 unique visitors, and 666 [really] hits), this week recorded 2951 unique visitors, and 3634 hits.

Cranmer continues to be as baffled as the next bishop...


Anonymous Voyager said...

a veritable poverty of UK-based religious blogs worthy of Cranmer’s endorsement,

Then I think it is time to cut loose and simply list the best religious blogs to be found on the Internet - your communicants obviously come from far afield - so international blogs might be a useful addition to English parochialism

5 August 2007 at 11:17  
Blogger Cranmer said...

Mr Voyager,

Indeed, indeed. His Grace shall develop such a list.

But in the meantime, Mr Dale wishes to be parochial (though not as parochial as England), and His Grace shall humbly comply, for the title of the book indicates it is 'UK'-wide.

One wonders where Mr UlsterMan got to. He would be sure to have a finger on the Province's blog pulse.

5 August 2007 at 12:33  
Anonymous Neo said...

Lovely picture, although I cannot help but ask myself why your eyebrows appear to be on the front of your hat.

5 August 2007 at 13:01  
Anonymous Curly said...

It's a great pity that the Man of the Manse does not have time to compile a blog of his day at the office!
That would surely promote a few interesting bun fights!

5 August 2007 at 13:02  
Anonymous B. Taylor said...

Oh my God, they martyred Cranmer!

I should like to think that your rise in popularity stems from the fact that people are becoming disillusioned with the reilgio-political agendas and are flocking to one of the true voices of reason...

And the problem with finding high quality religious blogs is that very few are well researched and thought out. That being said, I wish Your Grace the best of luck with his task. Lord knows it's not the hardest thing you've faced

5 August 2007 at 15:06  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The RCC has quite a few which are worth reading, thought they all seem to puff each other:

The Hermeneutic of Continuity

Fr Ray Blake

Mulier Fortis

5 August 2007 at 17:40  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your Grace, may I humbly submit for your considerataion the blog of Mr Kyle Potter:

As an Ordinand in the Reformed tradition I confess to not always understanding Anglo-Catholic writers but I often find Kyle's posts to be helpful and informative.

Your Reformed Brother,

James Church

7 August 2007 at 15:43  
Blogger Cranmer said...

Dear Mr Church,

His Grace has perused the aforementioned blog, and has posted a question of this 'Anglo-Catholic', because he rather doubts that he be.

7 August 2007 at 16:32  

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