A judgement for free speech

The High Court has just overturned a decision to uphold Felix Ngole’s expulsion from Sheffield University for voicing Biblical views on on Facebook. The judgment

Folau, GoFundMe, discrimination and feigning progress

I have previously written about the Israel Folau case here and here. I don’t intend to offer any more comment on the case itself because

The troubling consequences of the ECHR affirming sharia blasphemy laws

If you haven’t yet seen it, it is worth reading the judgement from the European Court of Human Rights in the case of E.S. v. Austria – 38450/12. It

Further thoughts on Bonhoeffer and resisting the authorities (Guest Post)

Following my post regarding Bonhoeffer, Cromwell and modern-day Iran, I received some helpful messages on the question of resisting the authorities. One response I received

Is it ever right to resist authorities? Thoughts on Bonhoeffer, Cromwell and Modern day Iran

We had a monthly men’s breakfast on Saturday. We have a Bible study preceded by a cup of tea and some bacon rolls (we feel

Street preachers acquitted of public order offences

You may remember – back in March – two street preachers were convicted of public order offences for quoting King James Bible. You can read the

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