Tim Farron And Those Comments About Gay Sex…

You may have read articles around about Tim Farron regretting saying that he did not believe gay sex was a sin.

That seems to be the headline the internet has picked up – but the rest of his interview is worth a listen / watch to.

Side note. At what point did we start watching radio interviews?

 

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Trump or Jesus? How Donald Trump is being ”guided by the Holy Spirit — and standing up for righteousness”

Another piece of evidence in collection, that is the debate of how Jesus and Donald Trump relate to each other…

(I would give a warning about the subject, and some of the language, but they do only quote the President of America)

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Poppies

Posting a silly song on Remembrance Sunday felt a little odd, instead I wanted to share a beautiful little animation from cBeebies, that looks at war as experienced by the animal inhabitants of a WW1 battlefield.

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God and Donald Trump

There is a new book, called “God and Donald Trump”, which explores Donald Trumps faith in God, and asks if his victory in the American elections was part of Gods plan?

Here is the trailer for the book which tells more about it…

The thing is, I kinda fancy giving it a read. I wonder what sort of conclusions “God and Donald Trump” will make..?

Read more at godanddonaldtrumpbook.com.

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Hurricanes: Christian, and Less Christian Responses

American Christian Actor, Kirk Cameron commented a little about the hurricanes that have battered America recently.

In a Facebook video, that got seen at least 750,000 times, Kirk Cameron commented in regards to Hurricane Irma:

“How should we look at two giant hurricanes coming back to back like this? Do we write them off as coincidence? Do we write it off as a statistical anomaly? Wow! Who would’ve thought? Is it just Mother Nature in a bad mood?”

Kirk then chooses a Bible verse that can be taken to suggest that the thinks that God “causes [storms] to happen for punishment, or to water his land to demonstrate his faithful love.”

Here’s the video:

Whatever he meant, I cant help he ends it basically saying “I’m outta here. Good Luck”

In case anyone out there is intrigued by what a Google for “christian response to hurricane” gets, I actually got these guys…

I don’t really know the American Family Association, but they seem to be planning on doing something to help.  And cant help but notice that not may people have viewed their video compared to this…

Personally. As far as explanations go, I quite this from BBC Newsnight.

 

Whats your favorite “bad weather explanation”?

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