David Cameron wades into the case of the Christian foster carers Eunice and Owen Johns

I’ve been out most of the day and upon scanning my feeds on my return, there is one particular event that has prompted much ink to be spilt. This relates to comments made by Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday.

Apparently, the Prime Minister was asked his thoughts on the outcome of the recent court case involving the Christian foster carers Eunice and Owen Johns, Derby City Council, and the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC).

It’s fair to say that his comments have irked a good many folk.

As I’ve nothing further to add on this issue, I’m going to provide a small collection of links to those who have commented, should you wish to peruse:

Cranmer – Are Eunice and Owen Johns fit to be Conservative Party candidates?

Marmalade Sandwich – Did I hear that correctly?

Dr Peter Saunders – David Cameron, by his comments yesterday about homosexuality, demonstrates that he does not understand what true tolerance actually is

Roger Pearse -Very bad things happening in Britain to Christians

Protect the Pope – David Cameron supports judgement against Christian foster parents

The Christian Institute – Cameron wades into Christian foster row

Mann’s World -Take a Hike: You’re no Longer Wanted Here!

If I’ve missed any, feel free to let me know.

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One Response to “David Cameron wades into the case of the Christian foster carers Eunice and Owen Johns”

  1. Goy Says:

    In hoc signo vinces

    For most of the 20th Century, to say nothing of the 19th, 18th and 17th, to believe that such a prohibition should be enshrined in law would have been absolutely unthinkable, and any politician who advocated such a view would have been thought to be absolutely mad. -Young Mr. Brown@Marmalade Sandwich.

    The first mistake freemen and traditional conservatives made was that the new liberalism (neoliberalism) was exculusively a (moral) tyranny of and from the left rather than a tyrannical infection of the whole body politic.

    As with Dr David Starkey’s veiled jibe (if that is what it was) at Iain Duncan Smith on QT that universities should be purged of people who award fraudulent degrees likewise the body politic in the UK needs to be (counter) purged of the tyrannical neoliberal mindset.

    Have christian conservatives only now worked out that the “children of Thatcher” were conceived from the anti judaeo-christian seed of tyrannical neoliberalism.

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