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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 at 06:28PM
Christians for Zion At 2.30pm on Sunday 28th February Stephen Sizer the vicar at Virginia Water Anglican Church Surrey is showing the film "With God on our side" directed by Porter Speakman Jr at his Church.
The film makes outrageous non biblical statements concerning Christian Zionism and alleges that Christian Zionism is not in line with God's heart.Read more ...
A charity worker was suspended after telling a colleague about his Christian beliefs against homosexuality, it has emerged today.
By Jonathan Wynne-Jones
Religious Affairs Correspondent
Published: 9:30PM BST 19 Sep 2009 A Christian couple who run a hotel have been charged with a criminal offence for allegedly insulting a female Muslim guest about her beliefs. Ben and Sharon Vogelenzang are charged with breaching Section 5 of the Public Order Act "“ causing harassment, alarm or distress. If convicted, they face fines of , £2,500 each and a criminal record. Read more ...
A Christian was arrested and treated like a 'common criminal' after saying that he thought homosexuality was a sin.
A devout Christian teacher has lost her job after discussing her faith with a mother and her sick child and offering to pray for them.
By Jonathan Wynne-Jones, Religious Affairs Correspondent
Last Updated: 10:19PM BST 30 May 2009 Christians are facing discrimination at work, and ridicule and rejection at home, according to new research. Read more ...
At the beginning of this week, the House of Commons voted by a majority of 197 to remove Lord Waddington's free speech safeguard. Lord Waddington's clause is a just and reasonable one, which protects Christians' freedom to comment on sexual ethics. Read more ...
2009-02-20 05:27:32 BRUSSELS, Feb. 19 (Xinhua) -- Czech President Vaclav Klaus, whose country holds the rotating EU presidency, said on Thursday that the attempts to speed up and deepen EU integration could endanger all the positive things achieve in Europe in the last 50 years.Read more ...
France's top judicial body today recognised the French government's responsibility for the deportation of Jews during World War II - the clearest such recognition of the state's role in the Holocaust.
New gay equality laws which are opposed by the Roman Catholic Church are a "major step forward", the Communities Secretary Ruth Kelly has said.
by Thursday, 22 October 2009
Christian Institute The Government is taking its powers "a step too far" if officials are allowed to question children without their parents present, warns a Daily Telegraph columnist. Read more ...


In the aftermath of the Reformation, many Christians were brutally martyred in Britain, some of them former Roman Catholic priests for demonstrating from the scriptures the idolatrous and cannibalistic nature of the Roman Catholic Mass and Eucharist. Now it is being held at Greenbelt.
A judge in the Belfast High Court has quashed laws which threatened the religious freedom of Christians.
We encourage others to email or write to their MP. This is a matter of urgency. You,   can write to them electronically at Read more ...
Saturday, 30 May 2009
The Independent Ken Loach has endorsed a threat to boycott the Edinburgh Film Festival over an Israeli film. Fellow director Gary Sinyor cries foul.Read more ...
Lord Justice Laws today refused permission to Gary McFarlane to have his case heard before the Court of Appeal.
By Mathias Doepfner
The writer Henryk Broder recently issued a withering indictment: Europe, your family name is appeasement. That phrase resonates because it is so terribly true.
Anand Rao, 71, claims he has been sacked for suggesting a visit to a church during a training exercise.
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Today we were witnessing and preaching in Manchester as has been our tradition for several years now. Today we were approached on more than one occasion by several Police Officers who tried to intimidate us into leaving because of "several complaints" that what we were doing was offensive to people. We mentioned that we simply read the Bible or quoted the Bible to which one of them replied, "Well you should only read the bits that don't offend people!" Read more ...
The misplaced remarks of Canon Jonathan Wilmot of RCN attacking Pastor John Angliss and journalist Alan Franklin for their criticisms of Barak Obama's pro-abortion and pro-same-sex marriage policies as unbiblical and dishonoring of those in authority, and his appeals to Imagio Dei arguments, reflect a fundamental ignorance of scriptural doctrines and principles.
Responsible department: Foreign and Commonwealth Office
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by Melanie Phillips
Friday, 6th February 2009 I am hearing ever more alarming accounts of the deepening attrition against British Jews in the wake of the incitement against Israel provoked by the war in Gaza. In addition to the record number of attacks upon Jewish individuals and institutions and murderous incitement displayed on the anti-Israel demonstrations and riots as reported by the Community Security Trust, Jewish parents report that their children "“ some as young as eight "“ are now running a gauntlet of attack from their Muslim classmates at school who accuse them of "˜killing Palestinian children'. Comments by adults about "˜Jews controlling all the money/the media/the BBC' (yes, really! All because it allowed Israel's spokesman to put the case for Israel from time to time) are now commonplace in both private and public discourse. Today's Jewish Chronicle reports that a 12 year-old Birmingham schoolgirl was terrorised by a mob of 20 youths chanting "˜Kill all Jews' and "˜Death to Jews' on her way home from school last week: Read more ...
Draconian new equality laws in Britain could spell the end of the office joke.
By Melanie Phillips
Last updated at 9:51 PM
29th March 2009 The resignation of Michael Nazir-Ali as Bishop of Rochester is a terrible blow, not just for the Church of England but for Britain. The bishop says he is resigning so that he can work for endangered or beleaguered Christian minorities both abroad and in the UK. What a shocking rebuke to the church, that he has to leave his post of influence and authority as a bishop in order to carry out the church's core duty to defend its own against attack.Read more ...