This Giles Fraser fellow is a bit of a legless angel:
"And I think that, in a sense what the camp does is that it challenges the church with the problem of the Incarnation – that you have God, who is grand and almighty, [who] gets born in a stable, in a tent. You know, St Paul was a tent maker. I mean, if you looked around and you tried to recreate where Jesus would be born – for me, I could imagine Jesus being born in the camp."
Dude, get back to me when you can imagine Jesus being born on the carpet tiles at Argos, unto a mother awaiting her ticket being called.