Protect Religious Freedom (updated)

Jan 13, 2018 by

The Petition is launched: Bring in a new law to protect religious freedoms. From


Religious freedoms in the UK have taken centuries to build, but intolerance, complacency and uniformity are slowly eroding them away…

…We are not looking for a quick fix. Erosion needs prevention and that prevention is a new law: a new law, once and for all, to safeguard, all aspects of freedom of religion or belief before we lose them, along with freedom of speech.

Read here for more information including how to download a booklet, sign the Petition and pray for the campaign.

[This campaign is supported by other organisations including Anglican Mainstream.]


Recent articles (updated March 29th)

Britain’s flawed definition of extremism is storing up trouble, by Douglas Murray, Spectator

UK govt accused of ‘vague and confusing’ approach to extremism, from Christian Institute

Chilling: Police investigate stay-at-home mum for tweets against transgenderism, by Jonathan van Maren, LifeSite

Why we must stop the government from outlawing the ex-gay movement, by Carys Moseley, Christian Concern

Successful screening of Voices of the Silenced, despite protests, by Mike Davidson, Core Issues Trust

Modern liberty a cruel parody of Christian freedom, by Paul Krause, Crisis Magazine

Threats to Northern Ireland church after screening of ‘gay cure’ film, by Victoria Leonard, Belfast Telegraph

Home education: the war rages on, from Christian in Education

The onslaught against the West’s moral codes, by Melanie Phillips, Standpoint

Ofsted tries again to get out-of-school powers, from Christian Institute

Support Ashers Bakery: Petition from Christian Institute

Why should parents who homeschooled ‘Matilda’ star risk prison? By Robert Clark, Christian Today

A reminder from across the worldChristian persecution and genocide is worse now than “any time in history”, report says, by Cristina Maza, Newsweek

and good news...

Govt drops Equality Oath Plans, from Christian Institute



Earlier articles

Why the ex-gay movement provokes rage and censorship, by Carys Moseley, Christian Concern (followed by a number of articles and interviews on Vue Cinema’s decision not to show the film ‘Voices of the Silenced’ after a protest by Pink News)

Education chief’s comments upset conservative Christians, CEN

Ofsted chief attacks church for preventing Sunday School inspections, by Camilla Turner, Telegraph (followed by a number of articles on this latest attempt by Ofsted to oversee and control church teaching)

Islamic conquest of prison chaplaincy gives pastoral care the death sentence by Jules Gomes, TCW

Make no mistake: this OFSTED plan is a threat to religious freedom, by Julian Mann, Conservative Home

Teacher fired, reported to counter-terrorism agency after telling lesbian student ‘God loves you’, from LifeSite

Former Brixton Prison chaplain ousted for ‘extreme’ religious views [he ran an Alpha course], from Christian Today

The new threat to freedom of belief, by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream

Preparing a foundation for the curtailment of religious liberty, by Christopher Rosik

Safeguarding free speech, the LGBT censor-in-chief, by Kathy Gyngell, The Conservative Woman

The zealous faith of secularism: how the sexual revolution became a dogma, by Mary Eberstadt, First Things

Transgenderism and this insane ban on free speech, by David Kurten, The Conservative Woman

The witch-hunting of Lewis Hamilton, by Brendan O’Neill, Spiked

No retreat from the public square, by Michael Nazir-Ali, CEN

British government refuses to say whether proclaiming divinity of Christ is a hate crime, from Catholic Herald


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