Random Quotations – Christianity – March 14th, 2018

Five items in total…

“For the first time in 800 years, Oxford eliminated the obligatory course on Christianity for theology students… Oxford Professor Timothy Garton Ash announced that today, at British universities, ‘Jesus Christ would be banned’.” – Giulio Meotti, “Oxford University: Delirious capital of political correctness” – Gatestone Institute, Jan. 30th, 2018.

“In their latest move towards irrelevancy, the Episcopal Church in dioceses of Washington, D.C., has decided that it is going to remove all masculine pronouns that refer to God… It’s because their understanding of God has ‘evolved’ and ‘adapted’.” – Clash Daily, “P*ssification: Major denomination dumps using masculine pronouns for God” – Feb. 6th, 2018.

“Welcoming strangers to our country and integrating them into our culture is important. We must be generous and allow ourselves to change with the newcomers and create a deeper, richer way of life. We also need to support strongly those poorer communities that have had high levels of immigration.” – Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, in “Brexit and a broken Britain: The Archbishop of Canterbury says the inequality and division in the UK is our greatest challenge since WW2” – Daily Mail, Feb. 24th, 2018.

“In the United States and many other Western nations, Christianity and its various denominations and religious practices hold institutional and cultural power… Christian privilege is the unearned benefit that Christians in the US receive that members of other faiths (or non-religious people) do not.” – From the “Anti-Oppression Library Guide” of Simmons College in Boston, quoted by Todd Starnes in “College warns saying “God bless you” is Islamophobic” – March 7th, 2018.

“…the only witnesses who brought actual evidence to bear on the assertion that religious bias was ‘systemic’ throughout Canadian institutions were Christians. Representatives from Trinity Western University, the Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada and the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada all offered concrete examples of the state forcing, or attempting to force, counter-conscience beliefs and behaviours, most notably the practice of euthanasia. I am not being facetious when I suggest that Christians have a more evidence-based right than Muslims to feel they are victims of systemic institutional bias.” – Barbara Kay, “Getting to the heart of what M-103 was always all about” – National Post, March 14th, 2018.

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