Tuesday, 21 June 2011
Ecclesiastical insights on the Cambridgeshire Busway
The Reverend Fairlie Shallow-Trough has agreed to answer your six most frequent questions about Cambridgeshire Guided Busway
J. Archer from Trumpington asks
Is the busway evil?
Rev. Fairlie: No. That's the Luton Busway.
R. Giggs from Cheshire asks
Is the Guideway sinful?
Rev Fairlie: Young people with troubling thoughts about the guided sections are all too common a facet of Cambridgeshire life, but, if used wisely, the busway can stretch your imagination. Dwelling unduly on the Guideway, however, may lead to premature greyness and you might wish to adjust the water temperature downwards when showering.
C Richard from Weybridge asks
Can the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway be saved?
Rev Fairlie: Our Lord performed a number of miracles, but it is unrealistic to expect too much.
R. Dawkins from Swavesey asks
How will I know which ticket to buy?
Rev Fairlie: Richard, the answer is in Hebrews 6.15 "And so, as the result of patient waiting, our forfathers obtained what God had promised". I thought you knew that.
C Lucas from Brighton asks
Is it ethical to use the Whippet on-guideway?
Rev Fairlie: Used in moderation, and provided there is no need to strive, I have no doubt that the northern section of the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway is compatible with the Christian life.
B Menzies from Cambridgeshire asks
Who is to blame for this fiasco?
Rev Fairlie: Bob, thank you for sharing this concern with us. Would you like to reflect on 1 Corinthians 13: 4 - 8a "Love is patient ...it keeps no record of wrongs".
With thanks to Brynley
Does it keep a record of cost? Esp. in the light of the £160m CCC cuts?
Rev Fairlie: Let us prey (on the budget of the Learning Disability Partnership).
With thanks to Socrates
Tim Phillips of CAST.IRON was unavailable for comment