Tim Farron has resigned as leader of the Liberal Democrats (LibDems) Political party.
Here is a quote from his resignation speech.
“To be a political leader – especially of a progressive, liberal party in 2017 – and to live as a committed Christian, to hold faithfully to the Bible’s teaching, has felt impossible for me.”
At the end of his speech, he quoted (and paraphrased) some words from a line from Isaac Watts famous hymn “When I survey,” which reads thus,
“Love so amazing, so divine, demands my life, my soul, my all.”
Mr.Farron left out the words “Love so amazing, so divine” from his quotation.
In his speech, he portrays himself as a courageous Christian who desires to hold faithfully to the Bible’s teaching.
In reality, Mr.Farron is neither courageous nor faithful to the Bible’s teaching, but this fact hasn’t stopped foolish Christians commending him for his (supposed) courage and his (supposed) fidelity to the Word of God.
We do not praise him. We condemn him for ever joining a wicked party like the LibDems.
They are pro-LGBT, pro-abortion, pro-Europe, pro-cannabis legalisation, pro-…………ad nauseum. Truly left-wingers!
Tim Farron has been a member of the LibDems for years, and, by extension (and from statements out of his own mouth) their views are his views.
He is not committed to the Bible. He abandoned fidelity to Scripture (if he ever had any) when he joined that party.
If he is were a true Christian, he would leave it immediately, and repent for ever “touching that unclean thing.”
He has not left it. He has resigned as leader only, mainly because he didn’t want to answer questions about his views on homosexuality and abortion (he is pro-sodomite “marriage” and appears to have liberal views on abortion and he is for the legalisation of cannabis for both medicinal and recreational use.)
Let’s get this straight. The bottom line is, Tim Farron is not a Bible-believing Christian.