The UK is pagan not Christian

Poor David Cameron. He’s blind. Don’t have a go at him, pray for him. If we were a Christian country, we would have Godly laws and a man in power who followed Christ.

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50 noble persons in the UK, have rebuked the PM for claiming the nation to be “Christian”.

David Cameron is rebuked for calling the UK for "Christian". David Cameron is rebuked for calling the UK for “Christian”.

A group of scientists, academics and prominent writers accused British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday of stoking sectarian divisions through his repeated description of Britain as a “Christian country”.

The public figures, including authors Philip Pullman and Terry Pratchett, said they respected the Conservative leader’s own religious beliefs, which he has addressed in a series of statements.

But they took issue with his characterization of Britain saying, in a letter to the Daily Telegraph, the country was actually a “plural society” of largely “non-religious” people.

“To constantly claim otherwise fosters alienation and division in our society,” said the 55 members of the group that also included Nobel prize winning scientist John Sulston.

“It needlessly fuels enervating sectarian debates that are by and…

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2 Responses to The UK is pagan not Christian

  1. Same in the US.

  2. tellthetruth1 says:

    I’m so sorry to read that, Levi. Living here as a believer is actually very dangerous. We have the church of England and various other divisions/denominations, and I have never witnessed anyone here being saved through the Gospel, anywhere.

    I am 51 years old. Christ’s Holy Spirit was never more needed in such a spiritually impoverished place as this. How can DC call this a Christian country?

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