Evangelicals are not a voting bloc

O what heights of investigatory journalism! Hitherto it had been widely accepted that all Evangelicals believed the same things, voted for the same people and acted

Redefining Marriage and the C4M

A few days ago I read a great piece on the Coalition for Marriage over at Andy’s Study. I’m in broad agreement with his conclusions

Whither freedom of expression in public life?

In a story published by the Guardian, Lady Warsi has attacked what she describes as ‘militant secularisation’ which ‘demonstrates similar traits to totalitarian regimes – denying

Religious liberty in public life

The chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, Sir Trevor Philips, has argued there needs to be ‘reasonable accommodation’ of religion and belief in law.

Faith, State and Social Action

I came across this video piece at The Guardian yesterday. It relates to some of the social action undertaken by Frontlline Church in Liverpool; a church which

Should Christians try to bring biblical law into civil society?

With the run-up to the general election, Christians from a whole host of wide ranging backgrounds are urging one another to sign the Westminster 2010

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