Tim Farron’s Resignation and How It Affects Me as a Christian

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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