The Bible acquitted in court


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The acquittal of two Christian street preachers in late June was a victory for the public reading and teaching of the Bible, and for free speech and freedom of religion.

Intelligent Design and the Olympics


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On 3–8 July, Professor Stuart Burgess exhibited his Olympic bike work at the headquarters of the Royal Society in London near Buckingham Palace.

Don’t express beliefs…


Sarah Kuteh

 

“You can’t know in advance whether someone would be offended by a comment.”

Oldham: Church for all


Church members reach out in the open air

 

…what makes the place so intriguing is that it is home to a very diverse congregation, especially a growing Iranian Christian community fleeing from persecution.

Churches & OFSTED update


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An outcry by Christians over plans to register and inspect Sunday schools is forcing the Government to ‘tread carefully’ over the matter, it emerged in mid-January.

Abuse scandal covered up for years


John Smyth

John Smyth

 

In early February, abuse allegations from the 1970s came to light about a leader at the Iwerne camps, now run by The Titus Trust.

How long have we got?


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photo: iStock

 

[These] freedoms are now under threat, particularly in the United Kingdom but also in other Western countries. This is a three-pronged attack.