This month marks 500 years of the Reformation. In a four-part series Dr Sharon James, Social Policy Analyst for The Christian Institute, tells its riveting story, and why it’s still relevant today.
Spot the difference: 1: “The child will be the Queen’s sixth great-grandchild”. 2: Medical abortion “involves taking two sets of pills and waiting for the pregnancy to pass”.
The number of Scottish children being referred for specialist help for gender confusion is up almost 500 per cent in the past few years. Apparently this is to be celebrated — at least if you’re one of the army of outspoken trans activists promoting a radical gender ideology.
The online Oxford Dictionary describes tolerance as a “willingness to tolerate the existence of opinions or behaviour that one dislikes or disagrees with”.
We are living in turbulent times. A fact that the all-too-recent devastation in Manchester and London reminds us of only too well.