An executive agency of the United Kingdom’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office has issued a report demanding that seminaries include “queer theology” in their courses for students and confirming even Sunday schools must have “teaching of LGBTI beliefs.”
The stunning document was released by Wilton Park, which is part of the Foreign Office structure, and it also demands that the Bible be reinterpreted “to make it compatible with LGBTI ideology.”
Officials at the Barnabas Fund, which is a Christian organization that works in support of persecuted Christians around the globe, were surprised . . .
“The recommendations, if implemented, would massively reverse freedom of religion across the globe,” they wrote.
“Once it is accepted that any ideology can be imposed on those who hold conscientious disagreement with it, a very significant backward step has been taken both in relation to i) Freedom of Religion or Belief and ii) human rights generally.” (Read more from “Government Demands ‘Queer Theology’ in Seminaries” HERE)