When anti-bullying agendas bully people into accepting your agenda, something has gone wrong

Yesterday, I came across the story of the Christian parents who are weighing up whether to sue their child’s former school over their refusal to

Ashers “gay cake” ruling due today: a recap of what is at stake

I have gone spoken about the Asher’s Bakery case here, here, here and here. Over four years after the infamous cake at the centre of

Everyone may be a theologian; not everybody knows theology: Farron & Jones, a case in point

An interesting discussion broke out between Tim Farron – former Lib Dem leader – and Owen Jones – Guardian columnist – on Twitter. Here are

The potential consequences of upholding the Ashers Bakery ruling

For those interested in such cases, it seems worth reminding ourselves that the Ashers Bakery #gaycake case is currently being heard in the Supreme Court.

Tim Farron’s gay sex saga continues on Daily Politics: Chris Bryant and Anne Atkins pick up the debate

As I mentioned here a couple of days ago, the Tim Farron gay sex saga continues unabated. On Thursday, BBC Daily Politics hosted a discussion between Labour

The Tim Farron gay sex saga has resurrected itself: what should we think now?

Some stories are like the Terminator and simply refuse to die. You sometimes think they have gone away and then, boom! Back with a vengeance.

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