Continuing Threats to Religious Freedom in Western Democracies

Feb 19, 2024 by

By Rick Plasterer, Juicy Ecumenism. International Christian Concern, which focuses primarily on violent persecution against Christians in the non-Western world, is also concerned with the continuing threat to religious freedom in the...

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Exposed by Lord Frost, the Tories’ betrayal of their foundations

Feb 14, 2024 by

by Julian Mann, TCW: LORD (David) Frost’s prophetic speech in the House of Lords against banning gay conversion therapy sums up why Cameronite Conservatism has failed. That diagnosis may not have been Lord Frost’s intention in his speech...

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IRF Summit Panel: As Religious Freedom Erodes in the West, Christians Must Stick to their Convictions

Feb 2, 2024 by

by Joshua Arnold, Washington Stand: Last year, an ostensibly evangelical college in England sacked a professor, Dr. Aaron Edwards, over a February tweet advocating a biblical view of sexuality and marriage. The incident was only one...

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Christian preacher, 72, is convicted of breaching police order for protesting against abortion inside ‘buffer zone...

Feb 2, 2024 by

by Cameron Roy, Daily Mail: A 72-year-old Christian preacher has been convicted of breaching a police order for protesting against abortion inside a ‘buffer zone’. Stephen Green held a sign with a religious verse on it inside...

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Freedom of Religion should no longer be niche interest’ says MP

Feb 1, 2024 by

from Church of England Newspaper: The government’s envoy for Freedom of Religion or Belief, could be put on a statutory footing as a Bill received its Second Reading in the House of Commons this week. The Private Members Bill put forward...

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A judicial defence of religious liberty is long overdue

Feb 1, 2024 by

by Andrea Williams, Artillery Row: Christians should not be discriminated against because of their religious beliefs. In theory, the Equality Act 2010 prohibits dismissing people because of their religious beliefs. Religion, belief, or...

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