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NHS: No Place for Christian Doctors
« on: Oct 10, 2019, 03:39:45 am »
 

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NHS: No Place for Christian Doctors



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Dr. David Mackereth was forced out of his job as a doctor because he refused to refer to a bearded man who is six feet tall as "she". Not only is there no remaining free speech in England, but the government now seeks to compel people to speak according to its political whims, in violation of both science and faith. It's a chilling warning to American doctors about what they would face under a socialized medical system. For ultimately, it would mean that the government would tell them what to do, what to say, and even who would live.

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Re: NHS: No Place for Christian Doctors
« Reply #1 on: Oct 10, 2019, 03:50:41 pm »
 

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I'd have to disagree. My doctor of 18yrs is a cornerstone member of a local christian group and was fundamental in organising the build of a complete new double figures millions health-centre in the town.

I was utterly gob-smacked to find that this guy, who i thought was methodically BMA/NHS all the way has christian beliefs. So just a couple weekends back, when I first encountered him at this group, I asked him: "What on earth are you doing here?"
In my usual blunt manner.

I've been associating with a different Christian congregation during all this time.

Funnily, I remain skeptical but that's presumptuous on my part really; as it seems he really does follow the tenet that " ... the more we look, through investigation, the more evidence we find for creative design".

Though at work, he did refuse to grant me an x-ray for lower-back pain despite a £4Billion new General Hospital with all new kit, we have here. "If I give you one, everybody will want one, and there are 20,000 people in this area with lower back pain." That, I still hold against him, and bypassed him to get my X-ray anyway. Despite that, his guestimate that I had lower back arthritis, turned out, confirmed as correct.

SOOoooo.... Bananas and Oranges really isn't it. Apples and Pears ... (You gotta be English).

It's an interesting case that the guy I thought was so ... BMA ... in his ways turns out to have christian beliefs. Although as I say, I still have reservations ... and he's aware of that, as the very next weekend he absented himself from the Sunday meet to attend an NHS refresher course in various medical responder training. "If I don't do this", he explained, "It may mean the difference between someone living and dying".

Anyway ... No-one's perfect. And I shouldn't project my own stumbling/compromised faith onto others!



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My reason for being increasingly wary of christian congregations:

In all pessimistic outlook, there is a statistical probability that many congregations will be, or have already been infiltrated by voices and influences whose purpose is to rise to a prominent, vocal position in a congregation, by way of their social-status/standing, and from there nudge congregations, as if the dumb beasts needed it, towards expectation of all possible worst outcomes, and this would fit easily within the traditional Biblical interpretation of 'The end-times'; and I've seen an awful lot of this actually.

And then there are the political voices; so out of place, discordent, and so much needily seeking attention.

In fact it comes as part of the 'apocalyptic buy-in' to christian faith. I don't think that's good enough and I'll tell you why. There are the as yet 'unopened scrolls', (of the future) which is either metaphor for new ideas as we grow and evolve as humans or genuine instruction from some source. For me, it must include looking beyond this realm, this domain of earth, to the physical heavens


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"Courage mounteth with the occasion."
King John Act 2, Scene 1.

"It is said: He who rules by the brush, never gets his nose in tush." — Professor Stanley Unwin.
 

 

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