Publications

The Ashers case

The Ashers case

The Belfast ‘Gay Cake’ case has made headlines around the world. Ashers Baking Co., owned and run by the McArthur family, was sued after politely declining an order to decorate a cake with the slogan “Support Gay Marriage”.

Smacking Briefing (Scotland)

Smacking Briefing (Scotland)

Over recent years there have been repeated calls to make smacking children a criminal offence in Scotland. Those who argue for this misrepresent a controlled and loving smack as ‘harmful and degrading’. They argue that legislation should therefore be amended to protect children from abuse.

The Reformation

The Reformation

The Reformation marks the beginning of the modern era and was “the greatest revival of the Christian church since Pentecost”.

Ofsted and ‘British values’

Ofsted and ‘British values’

There has now been a litany of controversial ‘British values’ inspections by Ofsted. Sold to the public as a solution to extremism, instead the inspections have proved to be a tool for promoting political correctness.

The moral law

The moral law

There is much confusion amongst Christians over the role of the moral law. Some raise objections of ‘legalism’, others say ‘love’ has replaced ‘law’. In this excellent booklet, Professor John L. Mackay shows that the moral law still applies and is bound up with God’s glory, his nature, his salvation purposes and with the preservation of ordered life following the Fall.

The Huguenots

The Huguenots

The story of the Huguenots encourages Christians in our day to “seek the peace of the city” in which they live. However, despite being model citizens, their religious liberty gave way to persecution – a timely warning not to take civic freedoms for granted.