Next tour is on Zoom: 11am, Good Friday, 2nd April 2021.
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Is God a Catholic, a Protestant, a Jew or none of these? Probably not an atheist and by definition can’t be an agnostic. If He or She or It is, say, a Protestant (having changed from something else thanks to Martin Luther, whom God surely influenced, if you don’t believe in Deism; you see how complicated this is getting?) then God could be an Anglican, a Methodist, Baptist, Thraskite, Muggletonian, Antinomian, Anti-Sabbatarian, Quaker or Shaker.
The religious history of Manchester is one of sects and schisms; attacks on houses of worship and on peoples of different worship. The Jacobites, supporting the Catholic Stuarts, attacked the Cross Street Chapel, where the congregation wanted a Protestant king. Orange Order marches would end in violence as people from the same country, worshipping the same religion (sort of) clashed.