I once asked a group of Christians, “What are human beings?” Without hesitation, one man shouted, “Worthless sinners!” The entire group nodded in agreement.
According to Department of Health and Social Care figures, the number and rate of abortions in England and Wales are at an all-time high.
The prevailing legal and public opinion in 18th century England was that slavery was acceptable. But in 1772, evangelical Granville Sharp argued that English law stretching back to Magna Carta did not justify the practice. He later memorably remarked that “no power on earth” can make slavery right.
A new study claiming that smacking damages children has been published in The Lancet and widely reported in the press.
On 19 June AD 325, the Nicene Creed was adopted by the First Ecumenical Council. History tells us that this was no ordinary church meeting.
Seven years ago, on 9 June 2014, the No to Named Persons (NO2NP) campaign was launched at the Macdonald Holyrood Hotel in Edinburgh.