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Giles Fraser reflects on John Newton’s painful conversion from uncritical theology
Simon Barrow writes in The Guardian's comment-is-free on the argument about whether Christians in the UK are discriminated against.
CSM has voted for a change of direction - arguing for more principle in the Labour Party, a challenge to the Christian right, and a recruitment emphasis.
It would be interesting to know what questions were asked in the recent BBC survey which indicated that up to 33 per cent of Christians feel discriminated against.
The former Archbishop of Canterbury believes the Church of England should be disestablished if the government opts for a fully-elected second chamber, claims a leading religion writer.
Christian claims of discrimination are negative, fail to put across the gospel message of equality, and are based on mixed and questionable evidence, says Ekklesia
A lively debate on whether Christians are treated unfairly in the public sphere was marred by some factual confusions.
Up to a third of UK Christians feel they face discrimination and an MP urges them to ‘fight’. But a persecution mentality is a bad idea, others suggest. And Christians are also accused of discrimination in the public square.