Should faith groups receive the benefits of being a charity?

The National Secular Society (NSS) has release a report called For the public benefit? In it, they argue that around 12,000 charities in the UK

Birmingham school suspends LGBT lessons: what are the issues at play?

Parkfield Community School in Saltley, Birmingham has been at the centre of a a fierce debate. The Assistant Headteacher, Andrew Moffat, has been teaching the

What Jesus said and what Jesus did can’t be in opposition

Lee Gatiss has written an interesting post on the Church Society website. You can read it here. His essential argument appears to be, just because

Is Jesus your highest treasure?

How valuable is Jesus to you? It may seem an odd question but unless Jesus is infinitely valuable to you, unless he is your highest

Christians and Socialism: a response to Owen Strachan

I was sent Owen Strachan’s latest City of God podcast on public theology. The topic concerned Socialism. Given my stated position on that, it was

What can the church learn from the seven MP split from Labour?

Once again it is hard times in the Labour Party. In scenes reminiscent of the early 80s, when the Gang of Four broke away to

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