Equalities minister Justine Greening, has insisted that churches must be made to: ‘Keep up with modern attitudes‘. Likewise, the Speaker of the House of Commons, a position supposedly defined by its political neutrality, had this to say: I feel we’ll only have proper equal marriage when you can bloody well get married in a church if you want to do so, without having to fight the church for the equality that should be your right’…
Children: Across the UK, ‘sex education’ has been transformed and disfigured. TV programmes, aimed at children as young as three, promote ‘gender fluidity’, as an enabler of thoughtfulness and individuality.
At the same time, Ministers have denied worried parents the right to withdraw their children from primary school classes. Meanwhile, ‘outside educators’ teach children about sex positions, ‘satisfying’ pornography consumption and how to masturbate. Concerns regarding STI’s and Promiscuity, are derided as ‘old-fashioned’.
Wait. Did he say Equalities minister? Yes, sir, he did. More is never enough. You will submit—or else.
The Equalities Secretary said the church should reflect “modern attitudes” and public opinion as they consider whether to change their stance…
The issue has split the church, who would have to call on the Government to change the law, as progressives push for greater inclusion of gay people and conservative evangelicals resist the changes.
Ms Greening told Sky News’ Sophy Ridge on Sunday: “I think it’s quite important that we recognise that for many churches, including the Church of England, that was something they were not yet willing to have in their own churches.
“I think it is important that the church in a way keeps up and is part of a modern country….
Once you allow yourself an Equalities Secretary (or minister, or director, or whatever), there is no return.
A quick perusal of Presidential Awards for Distinguished Contributions to Justice, bestowed by the American Society of Criminology (ASC), shows that the winners were primarily rewarded for their left-wing advocacy…
Most criminologists follow a “penal-harm” narrative, which seeks to account for all the ways that the criminal-justice system hinders the lives of offenders and their communities, generating and reinforcing social inequality and harming minorities, since they are the primary targets…
And what about the crime reductions associated with locking up more serious offenders or keeping them behind bars longer? This perennially important policy question was apparently too difficult to answer. After presenting a litany of complex statistical issues that complicate these types of analyses, the authors stated that “we cannot arrive at a precise estimate, or even a modest range of estimates, of the magnitude of the effect of incarceration on crime rates.”
I cut that short, but the article is must-read. In it we learn Truth is hate. And racist.
“But the relief is [salvation has] been done for us in the love of God through the death and resurrection of Jesus. Which means we don’t have to spend our whole life trying to justify ourselves or make ourselves right . . . or good enough because that’s just a relentless and exhausting and fruitless pursuit that people get into.”…
Her branch of the Lutheran Church — with more than 9,200 congregations and about 3.6 million members in the U.S. and Caribbean — views discrimination, including excluding people because of gender identity, as “contrary to how we understand God’s expansive love, that diversity is actually a gift.”
Eaton, 62, was her church’s first female presiding bishop, chosen in 2013…
Is there a hell?
“There may be, but I think it’s empty.”
“Jesus was clear” in the Bible that after he was “raised up he will draw all people to himself.”
Coming up on 500 years after the first Lutheran. Here is what he hath wrought. (All markings original in first paragraph.)
We need only the headline here, which I wish to point out is in error. It is executioner, not “doctor”.