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Tim Farron and the gay sex question: Is there hope for Christians in politics?

Tim Farron and the gay sex question: Is there hope for Christians in politics?

At a Theos lecture Farron made a plea for a society that truly embraces difference rather than trying to flatten it beneath a secular consensus.

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 Tim Farron had (probably) just one New Year Resolution for 2018: ‘Please God, no more public statements about gay sex’.

Alas, January is full of disappointment. We don’t actually know Farron’s inmost hopes and dreams, but it’s a fair wager he wanted to move on from the haunting news–coverage about his views on sexuality: they led to a highly distracted, disappointing General Election campaign and his resignation as leader of the Liberal Democrats. 


Read the full article at Christian Today

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The Theos Team

The Theos Team

Posted 12 January 2018

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