Anti-Christian hostility hasn’t risen, but it has changed as secular progressives hold more wealth, power

Oct 8, 2017 by

By Brandon Showalter, Christian Post. New research examining cultural hostility toward American Christians shows that believers are incorrect to assert that animus toward them has increased. Yet they might be right in their claims that they face more problems such hostility causes than they once...

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A godless society is a cruel and intolerant one

Jul 14, 2017 by

by Rob Slane, The Conservative Woman: In the second half of the first chapter of his epistle to the Romans, the Apostle Paul gives a grim picture of what happens when a society that once had some knowledge of God rejects him. One of his major themes is that their view of sex and sexuality becomes...

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Islamism is a far bigger problem than Islamophobia

Jul 14, 2017 by

by Patrick West, spiked: Many of you may have heard on Wednesday morning a report on BBC Radio 4 about the recent rise of Islamophobia in Britain. It proceeded with the customary narrative: that Muslims in this country now feel frightened, that displays of Islamophobia rise after Islamist attacks,...

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There is too much phoney tolerance

Jun 10, 2017 by

by Mick Hume, spiked: A perversion of the t-word is being used to excuse restricting free speech. Tory prime minister Theresa May said after the London Bridge terror attack that ‘There is – to be frank – too much tolerance of extremism in our country’, and that ‘we need to become far more robust...

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Observatory Reports 191 Hate Crimes to OSCE

May 22, 2017 by

The Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians in Europe recently reported 191 hate crimes against Christians in 16 European countries to the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) for inclusion in its 2016 hate crimes report. Every year on November...

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The Casey review: replacing one form of intolerance with another

Dec 15, 2016 by

Barnabas Fund Editorial. Last week saw the publication of Dame Louise Casey’s review into integration and community cohesion in the UK. Her 199-page report, commissioned by David Cameron when he was prime minister, has been widely praised. However, that praise has focused on her diagnosis of the...

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