More from the New Frontiers church leader.
Over the last few years there is no question that the Labour government have overseen a striking de-Christianisation of our country. Told by his spin doctor that he could not “do God”, Blair then Brown have seen fit to pass a series of laws that either directly contradict . . . → Read More: Adrian Warnock on Voting Conservative – Part Two
Well worth reading the whole thing.
“We’re all sinners” comes up again and again in discussions like this. In her Larry King interview, Knapp realized the power of having the pastor admit that he too is a sinner. Once she received this admission, she had the upper hand in asking, “Then why are you judging me . . . → Read More: Trevin Wax on Jennifer Knapp
It should already be obvious to my US readers from this post that UK Christians are far from united in their political views. Not for us a reflex vote in favor of the most Conservative, right-wing party. There is a strong history in the UK of Christian support for the Labour movement, and Liberal Democrats. . . . → Read More: Adrian Warnock on why he’s voting Conservative
The whole of the Jennifer Knapp / Larry King Live session has been put on YouTube. I’ve put it together in a player so you can watch it all in one go.
I find it interesting that until she met her partner she hadn’t considered herself lesbian. That indicates what many of us accept . . . → Read More: Jennifer Knapp on CNN
I thought these thoughts from Randy Thomas were actually quite useful.
I have a feeling Jennifer isn’t clueless that most Christians believe homosexual behavior is sin. I just wonder if anyone ever offered to share with her a redemptive view of sexuality instead of being heavy handed on condemning the behavior. To ask Jennifer to . . . → Read More: Jennifer Knapp Comes Out
Eeny meeny miny moe…
Two “Declarations” have been unleashed on the British Christian conglomerate this election, and they take rather specific approachs to prioritising what Jesus followers should be pushing at the politicians. Firstly we have the Westminster Declaration.
Protecting human life, protecting marriage, and protecting freedom of conscience are foundational for creating and maintaining . . . → Read More: Which Declaration?