You can understand why the Church of England is losing its congregation when it does not abide by scriptures. I refer to the case of Canon Jeremy Pemberton who entered into a Gay marriage after expressly be told it was against C of E teachings, he went ahead and had his license revoked i.e. he no longer a paid cleric with the C of E. He has been a vicar for over 30 years so was well aware of the Churches Teaching so in my mind they right to sack him. If you worked for a Company and signed an agreement that restricts you from doing certain things you shouldn't complain if you break the rules. Not for Canon Pemberton because he is homosexual he thinks he is above the Church and has taken the C of E to court but lost his case although he is about to appeal. This has cost the Canon a lot of money (one must ask where does a vicar get that sort of money) and it has cost the C of E a lot more if the Canon was a true Christian and realises he broke the rules i.e. committed a sin and ask for forgiveness. The money spent on this case could be used for feeding the homeless, it seems being a C of E vicar is all about Money and Power for those who believe in the message of Jesus Christ this must suggest that these people have succumbed the sin of selfishness
So I agree with the C of E but hang on they are hypocrites and deserve to lose the case why? Because a vicar in London and a member of the Church Synod is married to another man, I still cannot get around the fact that people of the same sex can marry I have only just got used to the fact they have abnormal sexual habits. (Habits a religious joke) So what’s good for the Goose is good for the Gander or should I say what’s good for the Gander is good for the Gander
C of E panders to modern fads rather then sticking to the Bible yet Ruth Gledhill from the web site Christian Today suggest that most Christian Churches main resource is the Bible which todays society no longer think is reliable Now correct me if I am wrong is not the Christian Religion not based on the teaching of Jesus Christ and the new testament?
Although I agree we should restrict the amount of Muslims allowed into GB but it does not help you argument when you make false statement "by 2051 the expected Muslim Population in the UK 26 million" agreed if we wish to retain the status quo that the UK is a Christian Country that may be to many. It is expected that the UK population by 2050 will be 77 million That is approx. 33% of the population will be Muslim to many in my opinion BUT it not the majority FEAR MONGERING does not help your case go for facts which in this case is bad enough. The current percentage of Muslims is about 6% I do struggle to see how that will rise to 33% in just 35 years that would have to be one breeding program and an open door policy which encourages all Muslims to the UK. Let be honest no government would get voted in if they had a policy like this plus if the benefit system was curbed to just to support family with 2 children Muslims would not be able to afford a large Family. BUT because of Gay Marriage, the Marriage criteria has changed and there are reports that Polygamy should be allowed under the Human Rights act. Now that would create a problem if a man has 6 wives each having 2 children that 12 children the tax payer will have to pay for and would see an explosion of the Muslim Population