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Abortion

Abortion

Despite our already liberal abortion law, and the 200,000 abortions carried out in Britain every year, campaigners are strongly pushing for abortion on demand across the UK.

Equipped for equality

Equipped for equality

A guide to what schools can and can’t do in the name of equality and human rights

Christian teachers, parents and pupils are increasingly facing difficulties as the education system becomes more secular. Pressure groups with their own agendas are approaching schools offering advice, training and resources. Often this is backed up with vague appeals to the ‘Equality Act’ to make schools feel they have no alternative but to follow the advice given.

Smacking Briefing (Wales)

Smacking Briefing (Wales)

The Welsh Government has introduced a Bill to make it a criminal offence for a parent to smack their own child. Those who support this change misrepresent a controlled smack by a loving parent as equivalent to child abuse.

The Ashers case

The Ashers case

Ashers Baking Company’s win in the UK Supreme Court over its refusal to bake a cake with the slogan ‘Support Gay Marriage’ was celebrated around the world.

Smacking Briefing (Scotland)

Smacking Briefing (Scotland)

The Scottish Government is backing a Bill to make it a criminal offence for a parent to smack their own child. Those who support this change misrepresent a controlled smack by a loving parent as equivalent to child abuse.

The dignity of work

The dignity of work

John L. Mackay

Men and women, made in the image of God, were created to work. We should therefore view our work, whatever type of work it is, as a means by which we can serve and glorify God.

The threefold division of the law

The threefold division of the law

Jonathan F. Bayes

Evangelical-Reformed theology has long held that Old Testament law can be distinguished into three parts: the moral, the ceremonial and the civil. Jonathan Bayes looks at the history of this threefold division.