Every Sunday Tyrone Bramwell literally wraps himself in what he considers god’s cloth so that he can appear as an moral authority in front of his assembled flock. In reality he is wearing what most would consider a dress, if it were being worn by a woman. His habit of cross-dressing is permitted of course because it’s religious, whereas men dressing up in fabulous flowing outfits for entertainment purposes must be railed against as sinful.
God’s cloth is indeed a topic worth discussing, because it is yet one more indication that there is no god, and the concept of a divine creator is entirely man-made.
If you’re Jewish, god’s cloth consists of either a long black coat and black hat if you’re really orthodox, or maybe just a yarmulke if you’re less so.
Catholic bishops, and cardinals wear long silk robes and if you make it to pope, you get to add a tall pointy hat.
Budhists wear simple robes (dresses) but they have to be a standard shade of orange, because that’s god’s favorite color.
Mormon’s take god’s cloth very seriously, starting with a layer of mystical underwear, much like Superman keeping his powerful uniform hidden under Kent Clark’s 9 to 5 business attire.
Muslim’s have veils and lot’s of god’s cloth for the women, while the men can be identified by their kufi or keffiyeh headdress.
Sikhs wrap their heads in god’s cloth, wearing turbans to express their divine faith, which they need, because a turban offers no head protection should you fall off your bicycle or get hit by shrapnel.
It is preposterous to think that one god decided that not only should there be a host of different geographically based religions, but each religions should have a designated costume so that opposing religious parties could easily be identified and targeted.
Getting stabbed to death for wearing a turban doesn’t seen like a good benefit for wearing god’s cloth.
Getting back to Bramwell’s sign, it’s safe to say that ALL those who wear god’s cloth do not know their master, including Bramwell himself.