Dec 18, 2011

British Prime Minister admits personal doubts, calls for Christian revival, values - Beliefnet News

What is true for the British is true for America.
"In ceremonies commemorating the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible, British Prime Minister David Cameron condemned a growing “do as you please” culture, warned of a “slow-motion moral collapse” in Britain and called for a revival of traditional Christian values. 
It’s time to stand up for what is right, he said Friday at Christ Church at Oxford, speaking to Church of England clergy.
”Put simply, for too long we have been unwilling to distinguish right from wrong. ‘Live and let live’ has too often become ‘do what you please.’”
“Prime Minister Cameron confessed to being only a ‘vaguely practicing’ Christian who was ‘full of doubts’ about big theological issues. But he insisted: ‘We are a Christian country. And we should not be afraid to say so.’”

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