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

It’s about marriage, not weddings

Today marks the start of no-fault divorces. There is no doubt that this makes it much easier for warring couples to divorce and simplifies the

By all means don’t advocate Socialism, but stop trying to argue it is unbiblical

I read another interesting American take on Socialism yesterday. Given it was on Doug Wilson’s blog, the article was coming from a harder than your

A judgement for free speech

The High Court has just overturned a decision to uphold Felix Ngole’s expulsion from Sheffield University for voicing Biblical views on on Facebook. The judgment

It can’t be morally good to close down debate about that which is morally good

I have previously commented on the furore surrounding the Parkfield Community School demonstrations. You can read my outlining of the key issues here. My purpose

Should faith groups receive the benefits of being a charity?

The National Secular Society (NSS) has release a report called For the public benefit? In it, they argue that around 12,000 charities in the UK

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