Lambeth Fudge is a delicious product inspired by the Church of England.
In September 2022 we sent Where’s Welby postcards to Lambeth requesting they clarify their position on the industrial scale killing of over 210,000 unborn babies in the UK each year and the criminalisation of prayer.
In reply they said this:
“The Church of England combines strong opposition to abortion with a recognition that there can be -strictly limited- conditions under which it may be morally preferable”
This kind of fudge is not going to lead to any reduction in the death toll for two reasons. Firstly because it assumes that it can be morally preferable (be it under limited conditions) to kill innocent babies. Secondly because if the Church of England ‘strongly’ opposes abortion why do they do so little to stop it, in word and action to stop it. Finally, why did Welby tell LBC he supported zones that prevent people from praying and mothers and babies from receiving life saving help?
Since then they have added fudge upon fudge by blessing homosexual marriage. Something the Bible clearly prohibits.
The kind of fudge coming out of Lambeth Palace is unclear, and frankly, morally wrong.
Our kind of fudge on the other hand is solid, consistent and sweet to the taste.
Unwrap it, chew it, contemplate it and why not say a prayer for Welby as you do!