“Christ was made obedient for us even unto death.”
Posts Tagged: Christianity
Instead of contemplating the mystery of our salvation, it is easier to turn away and focus on things which seem more within our mental grasp.
“Where charity and love are, God is.”
There are signs that Cameron is increasingly sensitive to public concern and anger about the treatment of Christians in Muslim-majority countries
Church groups who work with fellow-believers abroad believe that the approach I followed as a Minister is right.
Far better to ensure that there’s room for Christians, and Christian values, in mainstream political parties.
We should learn from being wrong-footed over developments in a country crucial to the fortunes of the wider middle east.
Also: DUP and Sinn Fein condemn PSNI rules change; Plaid leader would be dual candidate; call for e-cig restrictions in NI.
The shameful truth is that Western intervention has been a catastrophe for the Christian inhabitants of Iraq and other Middle Eastern countries
The police and the Crown Prosecution Service should throw the book at anyone within the jurisdiction who has made death threats, either express or implied, against Maajid.
The growing enforcement of sharia is the principal cause of persecution of Christian minorities in Islamic countries.
For many soldiers, this is an ordinary working day.
“Dear brothers and sisters in Rome throughout the world, good morning and Happy Christmas!”
Christmas begins in the Holy Land.
As Tim Montgomerie said, “compassionate conservatives must be the agents of rescue – not just for indebted or sick economies, but for broken people too”.