David Cameron has spoken of the importance of his Christian faith to him while acknowledging that it grows "hotter and colder by moments".
The Conservative leader told the Evening Standard that he did not have a "direct line" to God and did not pray for guidance from the almighty. But he stressed: "I do have faith and it is important, yes".
In a candid interview, he also said he hoped to live as "normal" a life as possible if he becomes prime minister.
"I believe it must be possible to be a good father, good husband, normal person, a good party leader and, by dint of that, a good prime minister," he told the newspaper....
note the wishy washiness ``I think the teachings of Jesus, just as the teachings of other religions, are a good guide to help us through."..he does not think Christ is necessary for Salvation he just thinks Jesus`s teachings were a `guide` the same as other religions...whereas Christ said `I am the way, the truth and the life. No man cometh to the Father but by me`..typical Anglican ecumenicalism..I saw a mothers union poster in one CofE Church in England advertising Islam introduction classes.........the church of England is in need of another Reformation to get back to the basic , simple but fundamental teachings of Scripture that Christ is all that is necessary for Salvation!
You two fellows have noticed that the U.S., has no monopoly in saying they are Christian, but are not. In our game of baseball, it is three strikes and your out, it seems like you have a possibility of having a third PM in a row , who isn't Christian. We've had too many Presidents connected to Anglicanism, which is no more Christian than Catholicism is, as the English Dissenters would tell anyone. Well, perhaps Gordie wouldn't or couldn't. The Doctrine of Apostates
"he did not have a "direct line" to God and did not pray for guidance from the almighty. But he stressed: "I do have faith and it is important, yes"."
Now the problem with this statement is (1) No praying for guidance - is a political reasoning to reach the non-believers. NO Christian would ever admit to mortals being more important than God in their lives. (2) Cameron states that "faith is important" to him. That is simply not enough. Faith is THE life of the Christian not just something which may have a slot in various other influences.
If Cameron is a "Christian" - then he is a Liberal Christian, not a true Christian.
Cameron describes his religion as quote; "describing his belief as â€œfairly classic Church of England faith," u/q
Hey Dave, does your Faith fulfill the requirments of Scripture...repentance for Sin & Faith in The Finished Work of The Lord Jesus Christ...& Dave, do you have a Testimony of Salvation...a Relationship with The Savior...is that No.1 in your life..or are you just another ambitious politican?.What about it Dave?