At every tube and train station in London the voice of Boris Johnson booms out warning people about the impending travel chaos that will descend when the Olympic games start. The first time I heard it I actually stopped walking and looked around expecting to see the Mayor of London standing within close distance, holding a microphone while fending off his mop of hair. The recording is loud and, well, booming to use a cliche. The point is got across very quickly. If you don't plan your journey in advance and access the special website up to combat travel adversity then you will be left behind, literally. During one of my idle tube journeys last week I got thinking about the power of repetitive messages. Almost every day there is either an article in a newspaper or a letter in the letters' page about Women Bishops or Gay Marriage. It is always presented in an anti manner. By this I mean that even if the article or letter is highly supportive of both issues an adversity is still a strong presence in the tone and content of the piece because of the strength of opposition to allowing gay marriage and allowing women to become Bishops. What is the message of the CoE? I am afraid the booming voice is not God's call or word.