and who knows as the DUP weakens, the evangelical Protestant influence weakens, Sinn Fein, with its secular and Pope Francis style Catholic influence gets stronger, it may well be used to forcefully bring about a union of Northern Ireland with the Republic of Ireland, with its pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage, pro-EU, and its Euro currency membership.
Truly evangelical Christians in Northern Ireland and elsewhere need to pray, as the pressure will only pile on.
If Brexit goes through, that may help, but if as I suspect Brexit does not go through, or Britain ends up with a very soft â€śassociate membership of EUâ€ť type of Brexit, then the prospects for Northern Ireland to retain its current stance against abortion and gay marriage looks very slim indeed.
As I have mentioned before, Northern Ireland is under pressure from 2 directions, and possibly a 3rd direction.
The mainland British Government, which has forcefully suspended the local Stormont Parliament, under the Good Friday agreement, pro-abortion and pro-gay marriage Republican Nationalist Sinn Fein (which supports Union with the Republic of Ireland) must be in coalition with generally anti-abortion and anti-gay marriage Democratic Unionist Party, (founded by the late Revd Ian Paisley), and at present the two parties will not work together, (no other part of Great Britain has to have a compulsory coalition), is putting pressure on Northern Ireland to adopt its liberal laws to allow gay marriage and abortion.
The Republic of Ireland, with its active homosexual Prime Minister, Mr Varadker, which has just itself completely embraced both gay marriage and abortion, is piling on the pressure too.
The EU, which a majority of Northern Ireland citizens did vote to stay in, during the Brexit referendum in 2016, also wishes to see these things brought in. The â€śhard borderâ€ť problem is one of the main stumbling blocks to Brexit, and will no doubt be used as a tool to bring about gay marriage and abortion to Northern Ireland, and who knows, as the DUP weakens, Sinn Fein gets st