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

gods in the public square

Jonathan Leeman, in Political Church, lays out his stall in the opening preface. This is is part of his excellent opening: We often rest the case

Legislating morality: despite liberal protestations, we all do it

You may or may not have followed the whole Tim Farron ‘gay sin’ witchunt. You can read my comment on it here, and an addendum

On being from nowhere and the problem of belonging

Where are you from? Pretty simple, every day sort of question. For some, the answer is incredibly simple and straightforward. They were born and raised

Why Cranmer is wrong on persecution

It was reported yesterday that Sister Sarah Kuteh – a nurse of some 15 years experience – was sacked for gross misconduct. Apparently, her heinous unprofessionalism was

French burkini ban exposes the myth of neutral secularism

France, that bastion of liberal values, free expression and equality, has come under fire from just about the whole of the Western world for imposing

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