Not a spelling mistake God used to be spelt Good in Olde England....!!
The renovation of churches into homes and restaurants etc....always seems incredible to me. This is less an issue in America where they are made of wooden planks and well under 300yrs old.Less blasphemous and sacreligious seeming.
I grew up in England and first became aware of renovation in1980s. Absolutely unthinkable as long as seniors from Edwardian times were still living I think. The shocking aspect is British churches are associated with being very old because as a stone building they look it. Some are known as 300-800yrs especially in rural areas.They are ALL built of stone. Some of them smell of must and damp under the incense. This is perhaps sacreligious unto atheism to mention but they do have a peaceful somewhat heady atmosphere ( yet I have never given a damn about god because my parents didn't.)
It's fabulous for atheism. There can't be a stronger message about lack of respect for God's house much more so Jesus and his mum.
Home-owners and diners putting the aesthetic before the past.
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