The idea (commonly) that religious viewpoints should be excluded from civil affairs or public education. How do we get a Christian voice heard in the public square
Atheism is not all it’s cracked up to be – part 4
WHO ARE THESE ATHEISTS, ANYWAY?: This final instalment of the series looks at identifying atheists we have been talking about.
Removing rage from our public debates
Rage against the machine. Stick it to the man. If you’re not for us, you’re against us. They’re familiar sayings, and sometimes comforting ones, especially when our nation is in the thick of debate about issues that really fire people up—euthanasia, cannabis, and most recently, abortion.
A Just, Free, and Compassionate Society
Stuart Lange – Opinion piece looking at prejudice and “hate”, politicised language, the need for a level playing field which protects the freedom of belief and expression for all, and the need for people to share their opinions with respect and restraint.
WEA Advocacy for Religious Freedom at the U.N. in Geneva
As WEA member alliances seek to strengthen religious freedom in their respective countries, U.N. mechanisms and bodies are proving to be an important medium to amplify their respective voices, and their impact. This is an overview of some of their appeals and activities at the Human Rights Council (HRC) in Geneva in recent months.
Leader of Bombed Evangelical Church in Sri Lanka Offers Forgiveness to Attackers
In a press release earlier today, the Evangelical Alliance of the United Kingdom (EAUK) highlighted a brief video interview with the pastor of Zion Church, which was one of the targets of the Easter Sunday bombings.
Joint Statement by Auckland Church Leaders – Christchurch
As Auckland church leaders we condemn this evil attack and are shocked and horrified that such an atrocity should take place in our nation. We are equally horrified that it should be perpetrated in a place of prayer and worship, when freedom to worship is cherished in New Zealand.