'No man cometh to the Father, but by me...'


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'Thomas saieth unto Him, 'Lord, we know not whither thou goest, and how can we know the way? Jesus saith unto him: I am the way, the truth and the life. 
No man cometh unto the Father, but by me.' 

Mr Cameron, Prime Minster, Sir,

You may want to pause for a moment and reflect on that, while you set about destroying the definition of marriage in this country, since if Our Lord was so inclined to say that no man comes to the Father, His Father, God the Father Almighty, but by He who is the 'way, the truth and the life', so it is also true that those who come to the 'father of lies' go by a different route to that of the Lord Jesus Christ and go another way.  

So must it be that the destination of those who do not enter through Him to the sheepfold, must enter another destination, by a different gate, which opens up not into Heaven but to a place where God absence is the only thing that is truly known. There are only two places where such a state is known and they are different. Firstly, that of Purgatory, where souls go to be purified for a time before entry into Heaven, for which they long and for which they can hope, and the other place, that of Hell, where God's absence is the only thing that is truly known and the duration of which is Eternity.

Prime Minister Cameron, neither your lasting political legacy, nor your immortal soul are served by the destruction of marriage in the United Kingdom and its redefinition by the Government. Why not be a noble political leader and put the long-term interests of the nation and your immortal soul ahead of whatever misguided short term political gain that you consider can be won from this effort (and it does require a considerable effort on your part) to redefine marriage, perhaps indefinitely, as something that takes place merely between two persons of the same or different genders?














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Only joking. Why is nobody allowed to comment on anything to do with the late Baroness Thatcher on the Telegraph? I can't imagine she would want this much State and media 'protection'. I know that she split the country down the middle, I believe the actual location of the divide is somewhere in Milton Keynes, but, nevertheless, I find the lack of ability to comment on the Thatcher legacy rather eerie. May the Iron Lady rest in peace.

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Vincent said…
Split east/west in Milton Keynes? I live in the heartlands of Cheshire and Lady Thatcher seems fairly popular here. No coal mines, although I do wonder why people bear a grudge against her because she stopped their children working in mining... Also, was it me, or was there a slightly veiled reference to marriage and the family being under attack (in the homily)..?
john-of-hayling said…
Bones you know why the Torygraph closed its comments facility. It is because blogs get swamped by trolls and Thatcher brings out even more trolls than anything published by Damian Thompson.