I’ve been told point-blank by a supporter of same-sex “marriage” that Christians were being paranoid about persecution, but when we are persecuted, we deserved it.
His latest belch of smog:
Christians in Britain and the US who claim that they are persecuted should “grow up” and not exaggerate what amounts to feeling “mildly uncomfortable”, according to Rowan Williams, who last year stepped down as archbishop of Canterbury after an often turbulent decade.
“When you’ve had any contact with real persecuted minorities you learn to use the word very chastely,” he said. “Persecution is not being made to feel mildly uncomfortable. ‘For goodness sake, grow up,’ I want to say.”
So, apparently when Christians are fired from their jobs, relieved of duty when our homosexual superior officers don’t like our positions, and we have to flee the country with our children because a judge insanely awards custody to homosexual ex-”spouses” with no biological connection to the child whatsoever, we are just supposed to wait until it gets violent before this little orc cantor cares?