Hungary's PM Orban: Gov't respects the tenets of Christianity

Following years of governing by "anti- Christian, internationalist powers", Hungary now needs a government "dedicated to Christian values", Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told a celebratory event marking the 500th anniversary of the start of Reformation.

It is no accident but an "expression of God's mercy" that Hungary currently has a Christian government which promotes faith, he said. Orbán said it is an obligation for his government to protect "lifestyles germinating from Christianity", human dignity, family, the nation and communities of faith. At the same time, he said Hungarians and Christian Europe "were in need of spiritual and intellectual renewal".
After the governance of anti-Christian, internationalist powers, Hungary needs governance that respects the tenets of Christianity, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at the celebration of the Reformation Jubilee in Budapest's Papp László Stadium, reports index.hu.
Although the event was organized to celebrate the jubilee, Orbán delivered a campaign speech in which he basically stated that his government is not only Christian in every possible way but it also enjoys the support of God.
He stated that his government is fighting against "world powers", but thanks to God's grace, it is still standing. Orbán then thanked those who have prayed for the government.
"We profess and undertake that Hungary, after the governance of anti-Christian and internationalist forces, needs the governance of forces seeking to follow Christian values," he said, adding that "we consider ourselves privileged that providence uses our government as a tool in this rejuvenation."
The Prime Minister concluded that money is not the most important thing in life, saying that "we do not just want a future in which everyone has a job, but one in which every job serves the glory of God." "God save Hungary," Orbán ended his speech.
Source: MTI; budapestbeacon.com

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 November 2017 21:37