Sir. Keir Starmer, leader of the U.K.’s Labour Party, was forced to apologize for visiting a church on Good Friday that critics have attacked as being “anti-LGBT” for adhering to biblical sexual ethics.
In a since-deleted video, Starmer praised Jesus House for All the Nations on Friday as being a “wonderful example” of a church serving its community during the coronavirus pandemic, including acting as a vaccination center and running a food bank.
“I recently visited @JesusHouseUK to hear about their crucial work in the community,” Starmer announced in a tweet that has also been deleted. “Churches across the country have played such a vital role in the fight against the virus. I hope everyone has a good, restful and safe Easter weekend.”
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Source: Christian Post