Ministers of the Gospel should be calling people to faith in Christ and repentance from sin. We are stewards of the mysteries of God, charged to preach the word, and given the good news of a way to be reconciled to God through faith in Christ and the power of the Spirit. Christ has died to pay the penalty for sin, risen in triumph over sin and death, and poured out the Spirit to inaugurate the age to come. Jesus is Lord. We serve his Kingdom.
Our business is not politics, except insofar as we warn people of the wrath to come on behavior that defiles the holiness of God and call them to repent of sin, trust in Christ, and live for his glory.
All this to say, what Great Britain needs from her ministers is the gospel, not advocacy of Sharia Law, which apparently is making inroads with the Archbishop’s approval: “Archbishop of Canterbury: Society is coming round to my views on sharia.”