Christian in adoption row loses legal fight

Oct 23, 2017 by

by Alex Williams, Premier: A Christian removed from his post at a hospital trust in Kent after he voiced concern about same-sex couples adopting children has lost a legal battle. An Employment Tribunal has rejected a claim by Richard Page that he should be instated as a non-executive director at...

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Church of England school headteacher brands Crossteach educational charity ‘extremist’

Oct 19, 2017 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: Dan Turvey B.Ed (Hons) NPQH is headteacher of St John’s Church of England Primary School in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent. “Christian values are at the heart of all we do and our Christian ethos is very strong,” he writes in his website welcome. Looking at their vibrant...

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Now teaching Christian doctrine at a church school is ‘extremist’. Move over Monty Python

Oct 19, 2017 by

by David Robertson, Premier: David Robertson looks at the so-called ‘extremist’ teaching that has caused Christian Charity CrossTeach to be banned from conducting assemblies in a Church school Are you sitting comfortably in your ‘safe space’? Do you have your ‘trigger’ alarm ready? Then we shall...

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On Satan Cake, Cooler Hades Prevail

Oct 19, 2017 by

by Tony Perkins, FRC: The devil is officially in the details of Jack Phillips’s case. When a customer emailed the baker about making a Lucifer cake, the man at the center of America’s biggest religious liberty case found out just how significant his trial may be. Phillips, who became a...

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Balliol College students backtrack on decision to block Christian Union from freshers’ fair

Oct 11, 2017 by

by Bernadette Kehoe, The Tablet: Student leaders at Balliol College in Oxford have promised that the Christian Union will be able to have a stall at future freshers’ fairs, after a backlash over their decision to block the CU from exhibiting at this year’s event. The Balliol Christian Union were...

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‘Quit notice’ saga over, but Christians in high anxiety

Oct 8, 2017 by

by Hassan John, Global Christian News. Two days before Nigeria’s independence anniversary, October 1, many Christians from the south, especially the Igbo tribe, fled to their home towns fearing attack by Muslim youths… …Archbishop Benjamin Kwashi, who himself has been in the middle of similar...

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