Once the State starts monitoring the counter-cultural Christian opinions, it could be your voluntary group next for thought-policing.
Posts Tagged: Religious Freedom
Michael Bates: During this Christmas season, it’s time to stand up for religious freedom – and that of those who don’t believe at all
The number and proportion of conflicts around the world with a religious dimension is increasing. In 2001, 44 per cent; in 2013, 60 per cent.
Can Britain find a way through the horrible tangle of our commercial relationship with and security dependence on Saudi Arabia?
WATCH: May – People must feel able to speak about faith – “and that absolutely includes their faith in Christ”
The Prime Minister’s message for the season. “This Easter, I think of those values that I learned in my childhood, growing up in a vicarage”.
Chris Whitehouse: Pharmacy workers – and a new threat to religious freedom from equality laws meant to protect it
Careers in the profession could be closed to people of faith if the General Pharmaceutical Council gets it way.
If Trump’s election damages America’s work in this area, then the UK must increase its own efforts
Mohammed Amin: Yes, Trump’s election is bad news for American Muslims – but not as bad as it may seem
He has resiled from some of his most extreme positions. And the U.S has a constitution which is a beacon for the protection of religious freedom.
Politicians have mostly failed to have the difficult but necessary discussion about what happens when one protected characteristic clashes with another.
No foreign preacher who rejects religious freedom should be given permission to enter the UK.
It will achieve next to nothing – other than enabling non-violent extremists to paint it as the British state “criminalising Shariah.”
Britain in 2015 is increasingly characterised by a creeping intolerance towards Christianity and religion which we should be deeply concerned about.
The fourth article in our series on international aid questions the decision to pay development money to nations which routinely oppress religious minorities.
A visit to a city on the edge of Europe highlights the tensions and contradictions of modern Turkey.
It’s sad that religion, when not turned to overtly evil ends, is so often drained of anything that might inspire anyone.
Every young person should know that without a civil marriage, religious marriage affords them few rights and protections.