Does character matter when it comes to voting for political candidates?

Yesterday, I read an interesting reflection from Themelios on whether believers can vote for “debauched pagans”. You can read the article here. The abstract says

The problem with single-issue voting

I have seen a couple of post and articles on single issue voting lately. Both came from an American perspective and both addressed the question

What the church can learn from Mick Lynch’s media appearances

If you’ve been following the news – or you happen to need to get a train – you will know the RMT have taken their

Government plan to offshore asylum seekers to Rwanda already failing and likely to backfire further

Yesterday, The Times reported that the government’s plan to start sending asylum seekers to Rwanda was months away from implementation. Two things are worth noting

What the Roe v Wade leak might mean in the UK

If you follow any news stateside, you will no doubt have heard the Supreme Court in America was subject to a leak regarding its now

On Labour, the working classes and St George’s Day

This past Saturday marked St George’s Day. A day with which the liberal left in Britain are still trying to come to terms. I say

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