A guide explaining the law relating to the distribution of free Christian literature in public places, including two case studies.
In this short, easy-to-read booklet David Holloway gives an engaging and clear-sighted overview of the life of a giant of Evangelicalism – J C Ryle. Even those who are familiar with Ryle’s works may not know the real-life sufferings and heartbreaks of the first Bishop of Liverpool.
In this thoughtful analysis Professor Walter Kaiser defends traditional Evangelical-Reformed theology against two extremes – firstly those who say that Christians are ‘no longer under the law’, and at the other extreme, the ‘Theonomists’ who say that the Old Testament penalties should still apply.
The Government is planning sweeping gay rights laws which threaten to curtail religious liberty. The new sexual orientation regulations will make ‘homophobic’ discrimination illegal in many aspects of life. They are set to cover: the provision of goods, facilities and services; the selling or letting of premises; education; and public authorities.