Street preachers acquitted of public order offences

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

The problem with ‘British values’: another case in point

It is amazing how the nebulous, amorphous and still, as yet, ill-defined ‘British values’ continues to be pushed as though they contain enforceable boundaries. Nevertheless,

Removing friends on facebook gives the lie to why we were facebook friends in the first place

Somebody decided to unfriend me on facebook. Don’t worry, I’m not at all troubled by it nor am I especially hurt or upset. My wife

Why Christians should be involved in public life

Yesterday I wrote about the resignation of Tim Farron as leader of the Liberal Democrats. I titled the post Tim Farron has resigned, proving it is

Tim Farron has resigned, proving it is now impossible to be a Christian in public life

News has broken that Tim Farron has resigned as Liberal Democrat leader. No prizes for guessing what issue did it for him. The catalyst for

Margaret Court, free speech and the semantics of ‘consequence free’

A spat has opened up between two tennis legends: Margaret Court and Martina Navratilova. Court is currently a pastor at Perth’s Victory Life church and

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