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Posts Tagged: Christianity
This covers the expression of views, proselytisation (both for faiths and atheistic views), and a robust protection of the freedom to convert, both at home and abroad.
Charlotte Leslie MP: Immigration. The NHS. And all the other subjects we’re not meant to talk about.
It’s not just cartoons of Mohammed that have become taboo.
Like the resurrection, the incarnation is one – literally, a stumbling block. But that is not the end of the story.
Douglas Alexander is right to urge the creation of a Government envoy for it.
By being so unrelentlingly contemptuous about the Leader of the Opposition, the Prime Minister is corrupting his own brand.
Interview: Nicky Morgan – “As a Christian Secretary of State for Education, I will oppose secular, politically correct dogma”
Michael Gove’s successor upholds his reforms, opposes new grammar schools, dismisses Tristram Hunt as “vacuous”…and admires Henry VIII.
Gerard Russell: Baghdad’s Jewish co-founder & Egypt’s Christian Prime Ministers. The Islamic legacy that ISIS hates.
Ancient religions and practices survived in the Middle East partly because of a streak of tolerance in Islam.
Ed West: Tim Montgomerie has ten reasons for not voting for UKIP. Here are ten of mine for doing so.
Why I disagree with the case set out on this site by its former Editor a week ago.
Lord Farmer’s maiden speech yesterday in a debate on Women, Homelessness, Domestic Violence and Social Exclusion.
Is it fascination? Or a reaction to religion’s influence? Either way, a more tolerant approach would be welcome.
Julian Mann: Why should Church of England schools be punished for the faults of Islamist extremists?
Ofsted recently scolded a CofE primary school in Bolton for failing to celebrate “religious and cultural diversity” – even though it already celebrates Eid and Diwali.
The infrastructural and humanitarian crisis facing these dispossessed families is immense: in short, they have lost everything that constituted their lives.
IS’s beheadings, forced conversions and jizya, plus the plight of the Yezidis – all illustrate the need.
It is at the cross-roads of the Shia-Sunni conflict, yet remains outside of it. It is a majority Muslim country, but with a history of peaceful co-existence.