A sad day for history.
I read a disturbing news item in my copy of Premier Christianity that upset me.
The item concerns the oldest Methodist building in existence, The New Room, in Bristol.
The chapel has been used as as a restaurant and learning center for decades now, but until now it was not violated by politics and wealth.
John Wesley's chapel has been bought by Michael Eavis, the founder of the Glastonbury Festival, not only is he a non-Christian he is antisemitist as Mr. Eavis not only supports the Labour Party, but he is a close friend of their leader, Jeremy Corbyn.
Under Corbyn there is dangerous rise in antisemitism in the Labour party, this is hot surprising as Corbyn regularly has talks with the leaders of Hamas and the PA.
The sad part is the South Bristol has a strong Jewish connection with a Zionist chapel and several roads with name linking to the area.
I guess this means the once famous building will now become another junkie house full of layabouts shooting up.
It does appear that money CAN buy you what you want.
In these days, I keep coming back to the New Testament and Jesus turning the merchants out of the temple of our Lord, it appears nothing is safe today.