In response to Laura Perrins: May fails to defend her Christian faith, Daniel wrote:
The problem here is not just that this is being asked of politicians but that in all aspects of vocational life whether in the private, public or charity sectors Christianity is now increasingly regarded as a heresy which makes one morally unfit or at least dodgy. The fact of the matter is modern liberalism is not a systematised philosophy nor an mere ideology (as dangerous as they are) but a religion. It is not simply a religion among many but the very state religion of the world adhered to by governments and corporations alike.
To make it clear, no Christian can say that homosexuality is not a sin without departing from Christian beliefs. When Christians choose to do so, they are being torn between Christianity and liberalism and are choosing the later over the former. Now should they choose the former, they shall face dismissal from jobs, loss of social prestige, mobbing by hateful LGBT bigots, and quite possibly legal action. This is where we are, this is what we have to face and it shall only get far worse, ‘but he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved’.