The tyranny of liberalism inculcates illiberal counter-extremism measures

If you cannot conceive why so many people are pleased that Jeremy Corbyn has won the Labour leadership election, the reasons are plethora. One major

It’s just a thought but here’s how we might fund a response to the asylum seeker crisis

I, along with most of Europe, have watched on as we see increasing numbers of people fleeing their home countries and seeking refuge in the

If your ecclesiology stands or falls on the word “church”

Over at Think Theology, Kenny Burchard has written about the fact that Tyndale did not include the word church in his translation of the Bible.

On the historic apology

It can’t have escaped your notice that the unstoppable runaway train that is Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour leadership bid has been a rich vein of material

Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign and what it has to say about two-stage separation

I have watched on over recent weeks as Jeremy Corbyn has been associated with “Jew-haters“, conspiracy theorists, murderers, Holocaust deniersĀ and other terrorists and extremists. In

The problem with protest-free buffers around abortion clinics

There seems to be much news about abortion of late. The blogosphere – and certain mainstream news outlets – have expended much time pouring over

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