“Furthermore, just as they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, so God gave them over to a depraved mind, so that they do what ought not to be done”.
……..Romans 1 : 28……
Laws and rights are not formed or arrived at from a vacuum but rather reflect the world view of the people or , more usually the elite .
The UK was once a christian country i.e its laws were formed within the Judeo-christian world view which is based on the bible. In the judeo-christian world view marriage is between a man and a woman and reflects the Image of God. Sexual activity is disciplined and is permitted only in marriage.
Today the UK is substantially a secular / atheist , neo-pagan society with a nihilistic and anarchist world view on sexuality i.e all relationships are equally valid and all activities no matter how depraved are to be considered normal. In secularism / atheism sex must be the one area of human activity that has no rules or requires any discipline .
Once one understands this fundamental philosophical shift it is easy to understand the UK’s embrace of so-called ” same sex marriage ” and other illogical and depraved concepts and why more young persons in the UK are unsure of their sexual identity.
God has given the nation over to depravity such that even the Lord’s prayer is “controversial”.
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Lord’s Prayer advert banned before ‘Star Wars’
By Will Heilpern, for CNN
Updated 1614 GMT (0014 HKT) November 23, 2015
(CNN)The new “Star Wars” film opens next month — but the Force won’t be with the Lord.
In a snub to the Church of England, an advert that was planned to coincide with the new film “The Force Awakens,” has been rejected by most UK cinemas due to fears it could be offensive.
Digital Cinema Media (DCM), the company that supplies advertising to Britain’s main movie houses, Odeon, Cineworld and Vue, made the decision after reviewing its policy on political and religious adverts.
The minute-long video features the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, and other Christians reciting the Lord’s Prayer. The Church of England said it planned the advert to be shown before the “Star Wars” film because it is “a multi-generational cultural event.”