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Secular humanism

Secular humanism

Secular humanism plays an influential role in politics, education and the media today, and is explicitly anti-Christian. But it has hijacked the name and noble legacy of historic humanism. This briefing explores the roots of secular humanism in Unitarianism, showing how recently it emerged and the danger it poses.

Common grace

Common grace

We live in a fallen world. But God’s common grace means the world is not as loveless, ugly and chaotic as it could be. The Bible teaches that God restrains evil so that God’s creation may be preserved, ordered lives can continue and ultimately that God may be glorified and the Gospel preached to all nations.

Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Bill – Stage 2 Update

Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Bill – Stage 2 Update

Bill has improved, but concerns remain

The Scottish Government’s original Hate Crime Bill was a major threat to free speech, including evangelism and Christian comment on sexual ethics. After a huge public backlash, Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf has made significant concessions. The Bill is less dangerous. But the Government still needs to go further to make sure freedom of speech and expression is not undermined.

Compulsory atheism lessons

Compulsory atheism lessons

Curriculum and Assessment (Wales) Bill

There are good laws covering Religious Education in Wales. This framework is to be scrapped and replaced by arrangements which can be controlled by atheists and those personally opposed to religious faith.

Relationships and Sexuality Education

Relationships and Sexuality Education

Curriculum and Assessment (Wales) Bill

Kirsty Williams’s Bill abolishes all existing safeguards. It contains nothing to replace them. She has said an ‘RSE Code’ will be written, but it hasn’t been published and any such Code can be updated by future ministers.