"Hey, why don't we put the 'God' bits back into the prayer? "Hmm! Sounds good.." 12 February, 2007

"Hey, why don't we put the 'God' bits back into the prayer? "Hmm! Sounds good.." 12 February, 2007
Date
2007
Ref
DCDL-0004918
Description
Shows thunder and lightening and the Beehive being tipped over by tsunami and flooding; in the background a tall building is on fire. Green Party MP, Keith Locke, Prime Minister, Helen Clark, and National Party leader, John Key, are standing on top of the sinking Parliament. Keith Locke suggests putting the 'God' bits back into the prayer. Cartoon refers to the proposal from Green MP, Keith Locke, to remove references to Christianity from the prayer preceding each Parliament sitting, in order to make it more relevant to those who are not Christian. Arrangement: This cartoon file was originally delivered to the library within a sub-folder called 'MG Business', which was inside a folder called 'AWS Cartoon highlights, Nov'04-May'07' Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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1 digital cartoon(s), Works of art, Digital images, Cartoons (Commentary)
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