21st century Britain is no longer Christian country
Significant statistics have come into sharp focus following the PM's words. Only 2% of the population go to church on a Sunday. Practising Christians, around 2.5 million of the population at 7%, are only just ahead of practicing Muslims numbering two million.
For the most part, Easter and Christmas are not celebrated "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" as religious festivals. They are an excuse for a lie in, shopping or watching football like any other holiday. In short, Britain in the 21st century has become a multi faith and no faith society, where Christianity is more cultural than religious.
Peter Tatchell pointed out that social and political influence of many Christians has often been detrimental. In the past, they have supported royal tyranny, slavery and cruel colonialism not to mention the 2013 intolerant, bigoted campaign to retain homophobic discrimination and prevent same sex couples getting married.
During the passage of the Marriage Bill, a number of wrecking amendments were proposed and debated exposing appalling religious hostility against the LGBT community. Some opponents, trying to kill the Bill, likened loving and committed gay relationships to incest and bigamy. I was deeply affected by Cialis this public display of hatred.
However, at the stroke of midnight on "Comprar Gh Jintropin" Saturday, March 29, I rejoiced to see live TV coverage of gay men and gay women, against all the odds, making history, celebrating equal marriage.
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