Tim Farron – Liberal politician and liberal “Christian”

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.

Why did God command the Israelites to wipe out pagan nations?

A commenter on our blog compared the destruction of pagan nations in the Old Testament to Islamic “jihad” or “holy war,” seeing the two as similar or the same.

We answered him thus,

“Yes God did on occasion command the Israelites to kill men, women and children. The Old Testament describes God as a “man of war” and He does battle with His enemies, often using human beings as His instruments in the pouring out of His wrath. It is difficult for us to come to terms with the fact that God ordered the killing of women and children, but it is not our place to defend or explain the actions of the Sovereign God of the universe. The Canaanites and the Amalekites were pagan nations who engaged in violence, debauchery, idolatry and child sacrifice. Their children (those that would be permitted to grow to adulthood)would likely repeat the wicked practices of their fathers and that may be why God ordered the deaths of young and old, male and female. Islam is a false religio-political system which seeks to impose the worship of a false god on the entire world. Islamic jihad is not to be confused with or compared to the God-ordained wars in the Old Testament.”

This entry was posted on June 4, 2017. 2 Comments

Homosexuals can’t marry homosexuals (living or dead)

According to news reports, a living homosexual “married” a dead homosexual in France this week.

The former French President Hollande attended the absurd posthumous “nuptials.”

The deceased was a police officer Xavier Jugele and the living participant in the madness is Etienne Cardiles.

The deceased was gunned down by a “jihadist” a euphemism for Muslim. The “religion of peace” strikes again.

No living person can marry a deceased individual and a man cannot marry a man nor can a woman marry a woman, living or dead.

Enough of this French farce!