Tim Farron has said he regrets stating he did not believe gay sex was a sin during last year's general election
He also said late last year: "People who are devout Christians are seen as "dangerous" and "offensive" in modern Britain." He went one way but reversed 180*
after the general election(he stepped down).It has been said that politicians will say anything to get elected. It would seem this might be a good sample. In the US we have a genius politician that changes his position from one interview or tweeter to the next, on the same day. The interesting part here is that he is making his change of mind about gays and Christians very public by giving interviews in the subject. Why? It could be that in the Christian community if you have sinned you need to repent and part of the process is to make it public. particularly if your sinning was public. In the old days it was called... shaming.
fter Tim Farron, it is tempting to agree with the former Liberal Democrat leader’s conclusion, that being an evangelical Christian is not compatible with political leadership. And yet it’s not clear whether this is the case or whether it is Farron’s own lack of political skills that resulted in his being one of the shortest serving party leaders of recent times.