Churches in Victoria must mobilise their congregations to vote Daniel Andrews out of office.
Sure the Liberals are hopeless, but at least they don’t hate Christians. The same cannot be said for the Andrews government.
Not only does the Victorian Labor government continually enact legislation that is an affront to Christian principles – whether on abortion, or euthanasia, or on LGBTQ+ issues – it does so with a snarkiness that conveys complete contempt for people of faith.
Contrary to lefty conspiracy theories about fundamentalist Christians conspiring to run the country, church leaders are loath to become involved in partisan politics. They fear doing so is a distraction from their core business of spreading the message of Jesus.
It’s true, Jesus commanded us to love our enemies. But he never said we should keep electing them to positions of power over us.
If Andrews’ hostility towards Christians is rewarded with re-election in November, it will only embolden his attacks on the church.
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Dan Andrews is possessed, absolutely nothing catholic or remotely Godly about him. Maybe if he actually read the bible he might see he is absolutely clueless when it comes to the word of God- Dan Andrews is a blinded fool and a puppet of the devil
'I don't want to get into a debate with faith leaders...' after which Dan the Man regales us with his own very self righteous religious credentials. Can I say with as much respect and kindness that I can muster up what a complete and utterly contemptible man this doofus is.
Can we please set up a Celebrity Politicians Survivor Island and throw him, along with Ardern, Trudeau, Macron et al on there so the rest of us can get on with life?
I can't wait for the enormous employment court settlement from all this because I'm not sure you're likely to see a greater, more unashamed demonstration of workplace religious discrimination than to require an employee to choose between their church affiliation or their job... seriously though. Seriously.
Just switch the word 'church' for 'mosque' and I think you'll get the picture. And that's not a cry to start ousting devout Muslims from their jobs because they have a Quran in their lunch box. It would be equally as outrageous to require this kind of choice from anyone regardless of their religious affiliation. If it isn't rightly exposed for the fundamental violation of a person's right to freedom of thought, religion and association then no one is safe from the new-age puritans of wokedom.