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    As the title suggests. I'll try to answer everything but if there's anything that I find offensive, I won't answer.

    EDIT: I don't want to reveal too many personal details, so if you ask something like that, I'll either not answer it or PM you.
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    Favourite thing for breakfast? :holmes:
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    Is your mum/dad the Vicar of Dibley?
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    (Original post by horsewithnoname)
    As the title suggests. I'll try to answer everything but if there's anything that I find offensive, I won't answer.
    Which vicar would that be? and where?

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    Favourite thing for breakfast? :holmes:
    always about the breakfast eh?
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    (Original post by horsewithnoname)
    As the title suggests. I'll try to answer everything but if there's anything that I find offensive, I won't answer.
    What denomination do you belong?

    How old are you?

    Whats you views on seperation of church and state?

    What do you think should be Governments policy on ISIS ie military action etc?
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    Is this (bristol vicar) your dad?
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    (Original post by iEthan)
    Favourite thing for breakfast? :holmes:
    I have weetabix during the week, but i prefer having home-made bread with jam
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    (Original post by horsewithnoname)
    I have weetabix during the week, but i prefer having home-made bread with jam
    Very good answer :yep: I approve!
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    (Original post by Infamous*)
    Is your mum/dad the Vicar of Dibley?
    no, but I think my dad knows the vicar that the vicar of Dibley's based on
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    (Original post by thefatone)
    Which vicar would that be? and where?



    always about the breakfast eh?
    My dad is an Anglican vicar in Bristol
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    favorite cheese ? :holmes:
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    Not a Catholic vicar surely?
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    (Original post by Wee.Guy)
    What denomination do you belong?

    How old are you?

    Whats you views on seperation of church and state?

    What do you think should be Governments policy on ISIS ie military action etc?
    1) Church of England/ the Anglican communion
    2) I'm 17 and my dad was ordained just before I was born
    3) That's an interesting question. Obviously, in the UK, they are still closely linked but the Church is having a waning influence on government policy. I think it's important that Christians are involved in politics- tackling injustice etc. I think they should have mutual respect for each other and for other religious groups in the UK as well.
    4) I don't think bombing will help the situation because it will probably result in more radical 'Muslims' joining their fight, as the people who die will be seen as martyrs. Trying to reason with ISIS seems impossible as well. Although I don't agree with the government's policy on bombing syria,I don't know what else they can do
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    Is this (bristol vicar) your dad?
    no, but my dad is a vicar in Bristol!
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    Do you offer him a:
    "Cup o' tea Father?"
    (in an Irish accent)?
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    (Original post by the bear)
    favorite cheese ? :holmes:
    cheddar or red leicester
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    Not a Catholic vicar surely?
    not a catholic priest, no. He's an anglican vicar
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    cheddar or red leicester
    please decide which one... :holmes:
 
 
 
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