Josh begins to talk about the church and their feelings on LGBTQAP+ issues and where he stands on the material presented by these writers.
Are we really having to have another discussion about this? Aren’t we done? It’s hard to be funny when you’re fuming, when you’re finding it insanely hard to keep from turning into a giant green rage monster.
So, a couple of Sunday’s ago (09/07/2017 – if you’re wanting to look for what I’m talking about) the BBC hit Sunday Morning Live talked about the issues of Transgender persons in the eyes of the Church of England (CoE) and whether they should be more accepting. This is in regard to their annual Synod that occurred the previous week.
At this point n the show I, maybe a little too eagerly, shouted at the TV “Of course we should! They’re people!” and other than being a mad left-ist, who just wants people to put up and shut up with one another instead of creating divides in the human race, I am a person who has read the Bible. Not cover-to-cover like a book, because that’s hard and also it’s more a textbook than a copy of the Hobbit; but that’s not my article, and you can search ways to read it for it to be more meaningful on your own time.
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Josh talks on the resignation of Tim Farron and how such a move can affect Christians and how they are viewed by a wider audience.
So, as you probably read by the title, I’m probably going to sound rather opinionated rather quickly, however, you did stumble into a political opinion sphere, so, jokes on you. There you go, disclaimer over, on with the article I guess.
Recently Tim Farron, leader of the Liberal Democrats here in the UK, stepped down and said he could no longer live as both a political leader and a committed Christian as he felt a lot of his policies could not reflect his faith in the way he saw it. Now, before I sound too totalitarian I have to add a disclaimer (yes, another one) that I understand that faith and religious standings are subjective, that’s why denominations like the Catholics, Baptists, etc exist. I also understand that standing by your convictions, like David Cameron at the end of the Brexit vote, means leaving when times are right for you to do so.
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